Re: Win 7 vs Seagate ?

Discussion in 'Computer Support' started by thund3rstruck, Nov 7, 2009.

  1. philo wrote:
    > Well I tried two different Seagate drives and Win 7 crashed with a
    > 0xC00000e9 error
    >
    > The drives are older ones though but
    >
    > loaded onto a Maxtor fine
    >
    > also have a new Seagate external drive that Vista and Win7 see as
    > unformatted (works fine under Linux or XP)
    >
    > It does not make sense that an OS should have a problem with one brand
    > of drive though but I figured I'd ask anyway
    >
    > thanks


    I could see it having issues if it didn't like something in the
    firmware for the drive...but I haven't heard anything before your post.

    n0i
    thund3rstruck, Nov 7, 2009
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