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When trying to access my drive I get the "Spinning beach ball" on the MAC or the "Spinning hourglass" on the PC
STOP USING YOUR DRIVE IMMEDIATELY
Continuing to use your Drive with these symptoms could cause data loss.
Your Drive requires service.
Contact G-Technology Support to obtain an RMA to return your drive for service. The most efficient way to obtain an RMA is to use our web form by
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Article Created: 08-06-2009 21:50 PM
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