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HP DV6-3050US eSATA Drive Disconnects After Plugging In USB Drive

My HP DV6-3050US notebook computer has four USB ports. One of the USB port provides the eSATA connector functionality. Today, I had a chance to use the Vantec NexStar NST-D100SU hard drive dock with the eSATA connector. But it seems that I can't use the eSATA port when other USB hard drives are plugged into the other USB ports. If I have the eSATA drive and USB drive plugged in on boot, the computer never sees the eSATA drive. On the other hand, if I boot the computer with the eSATA drive, it works fine, until I plug in the USB drives. At that time, the eSATA drive disappears, but the USB drives works fine.

Anyone experience this kind of problem before?

Mel
Sun, 10 Feb 2013 07:20:03 +0300

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