I all,
I have a problem on my Windows Vista that began afetr the purchase of an external Hard Disk Freecom.
A few days afetr the purchase I disconnected it while it was writing and, since that moment, every time I connect and disconnect it, the PC go to freeze mode for 5 minutes.
The same thing happen even if the hard disk is disconnected: every time I start windows it go to freeze a little after the password, and every time I connect and disconnect a usb device.
I have looked for the solution everywhere, updated windows, unistalled and installed the hard disk from the device manager but I solved the problem only when I restored a recent backup.
Yesterday the Hard disk was writing a backup while Vista was installing the updates; at the end of the proceure windows restarted automatically and the problem began again!!!
The Pc go to freeze when it starts, every time I connect or disconnect the hard disk, an usb earphone that has always worked switch on but there is no audio and I don't know how many others usb devices will have problems.
Has anyone an idea to solve this problem before I throw out of the window Vista or the the hard disk?
Thank you

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You almost certainly have a corrupt disk: Windows is tyring to talk to it but cannot. Bite the bullet and reformat it. It should be OK after that.
Answered 01/29/2010 by: VBScab
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In a high pc disk works fine but ...
Meanwhile thanks the same.
Answered 01/30/2010 by: Aaron76
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"In a high PC"? What does that mean?

Do you, by any chance have devices in Device Manager with yellow exclamation marks next to them? You shouldn't have, as the device is Plug and Play but worth checking. If there are any, remove them, restart and see what happens.
Answered 01/30/2010 by: VBScab
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