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has been up to. #20 Bubbaleone, Jun 4, 2013 escrow4 Diamond Member Joined: Feb 4, 2013 Messages: 3,129 Likes Received: 21 I had my front panel Intel USB 3 ports However, even Norton is not as resource heavy as it used to be (although I do not recommend Norton or any other Symantec product). Long story short I didn't buy another iPhone after that.We could've been such great friends, Apple. And if it did cause problems with the computer, would those be limited to how it relates to the disk in question? have a peek at this web-site

There's a few long threads about this on the Apple Support forums too. Windows 7: USB3.0 Hard Drives Keep Self Ejecting Page 1 of 3 1 23 > 27 Mar 2014 #1 TechXero Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64 8 posts USB3.0 However, if you have important data on a drive that will no longer mount reliably on the Desktop, using a device like the Voyager Q or a drive adaptor is easily Can you link the exact USB card you are using?

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Stay logged in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Password Advanced Search Show Threads Show Posts Advanced Search Go to Page... I know for sure that WD uses proprietary cables (on the HDD end), can't remember if the Seagates do as well. Then You could find a safe way to cool the ofending drive and see if that cures the trouble .

Blake Sue October 5, 2016 at 5:09 am Just been reading through these posts because I'm trying to find out if other Mac users experience the spontaneous ejection of an external I'm doing some work on my Linux drive, so I can't see that myself. In my experience USB3 is notoriously dependent on cable quality for any length over 1 meter. Usb Drive Ejects Itself I connected the same model of Seagate external HDD (a 3TB USB 3.0) that I had bought previously.

I'll post up again if I make any headway. You may have been using your hub passively running other low consumption devices on it with line level voltage from your computer with no problems. I know it's not my place to argue, but I just do not believe in something called Anti-Virus. Will I have the same issue with things ejecting?Thanks in advance and please do help me!!

Seems like what you are experiencing . External Hard Drive Ejects Itself Windows 10 HTH Darwinrox's gear list:Darwinrox's gear list Sony Alpha NEX-7 Sony Alpha 7R II Sony 70-300mm F4.5-5.6 G SSM Carl Zeiss Makro-Planar T* 2/100 Samyang 35mm F1.4 AS UMC +8 more Reply I just reset the hard drive and tried to get it to resume. I am waiting on my new card reader in hopes that spending more than $12 on it will make a difference.

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USB2.0 is ok though xDThank you... 7 answers Last reply Mar 27, 2014 More about usb3 hard drives ejecting PCgenieMar 27, 2014, 3:57 PM have a look in device manager at https://www.macissues.com/2015/06/01/tackle-external-hard-drives-randomly-ejecting-in-os-x/ Why is USB 3 support so poor? Flash Drive Keeps Ejecting Itself The major players in the field don't even make BackUp software for Mac. Computer Keeps Ejecting Usb Seems like what you are experiencing .

I'm doing some work on my Linux drive, so I can't see that myself. http://webgeninfosystems.com/hard-drive/how-necessary-is-cooling-on-hard-drives.html The HD disconnected about 10 times over the weekend while I was trying to back the MacBook up.I spent a large amount of time yesterday reading these boards and then tried DK July 23, 2016 at 7:40 am I'd like to add a posible solution to a similar issue. But for some reason every time I install my USB3... Pen Drive Ejects Automatically

Jim Gleeson April 20, 2016 at 8:49 pm Been having the spontaneous ejection issue on an external WD 4 tb hard drive as well on my cylindrical Mac running El Capitan These can be with the formatting, but also with some nuance configuration file or two that OS X stores on the drive, which may be the root of the error. This happened to me recently when a Western Digital My Passport Studio drive failed. http://webgeninfosystems.com/hard-drive/switching-hard-drives.html So, I gather that my suspicions are correct: USB 3.0 hardware/software is still half-baked, and may or not work correctly with something as basic as external storage.

I was transfering large amounts of data for a period of about an hour , and one of the drives , ( the one used the most went black . External Hard Drive Keeps Ejecting Itself Mac Apple support said this does happen from time to time on a random basis and they can't do anything about it but suggest I purchase a new HUB. No, create an account now.

I avoid, when I can, buying a drive that is completely integrated and cannot be functionally separated from the case.

I tried to perform various formatting (both NTSC and Mac) but the problem is still occurring. Jefferson Le Blanc June 1, 2015 at 2:50 pm Does the problem happen with "several" Seagate models on your Mac, and other Macs you've tried them on? But, it's probably just the power plan settings causing your symptoms. External Hard Drive Keeps Ejecting Mac The screen messed up about 9 months into my owning it.

Both connections are tight and I'm not bumping the drive or anything. I feel especially sorry for folks who have commercial installations with a hundred or more Win 8.x PCs that reported USB 3.0 disconnect problems with no resolution from Microsoft. I have had problems with longer (2m+) ones... have a peek here It's only the 3.0 ports that disconnect. 2) The external WDs seem more prone to disconnection than the Seagates.

I'm done happy computing. You can say that again. I wonder if it might have something to do with the LaCie interface to the iMac, but haven't found a solution in almost a year. Moved to a USB 2.0 port, it again works fine.

This might happen if, for example, you had several devices connected via a hub (i.e, sharing the power from a single USB connection. All good. This thread has more than 320k views, nearly 1k posters so far. For folks interested, just Google "USB 3.0 disconnect with Windows 8".