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"WDC My Passport Ultra 2TB not recognized by Windows 7" ,I have a WDC My Passport Ultra 2TB external USB 3 drive plugged into a USB 2 port on my Windows 7 PC, which has been working fine since October. The other day it fell off my desk but has continued to work with no problems since then. However, today I went to copy some large files to it and kept getting errors that the disk wasn't available. I could still read files though. At one point when I tried to delete an unfinished file it locked up explorer completely and I (foolishly, I now realize) unplugged it. Since then it does not even get a drive letter when I plug it in and is only recognized as a generic "Disk Drive" in Device Manager. In Devices and Printers it is recognized as a "My Passport 0830". I can sometimes see it as an unallocated partition in Computer Management > Storage > Disk Management, but when I try to do anything with it I get a message that the device is not ready.

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