Hello, I recently bought a new Asus laptop and am trying to transfer the files from my MacBook Pro to the Asus using a WD My Book. Unfortunately, this is proving very difficult. The device shows up in device manager, but will not show up under MY Computer. Even the WD utility software will not recognize the device is there. It works perfectly fine on the Mac. Sorry if this post seems redundant, but nothing seems to be working. I have uninstalled and reinstalled Universal Serial Bus Controllers.
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I have installed countless smartware, firmware, SES, etc from WD. I have removed 'Upper Filters' and 'Lower Filters' from the device (Caused my computer to have to restart and restore factory settings). It was suggested that I do a BIOS update, but is this really necessary? I bought the device yesterday. It was also suggested that I remove AiCharger+. However, I would like to avoid this if possible.
Please let me know if there's anything else I can do. Perhaps my best option is to call Windows support, then WD. Thanks, Original title: WD External HDD & Windows 10.
Hi Tanner, Thank you for posting in Microsoft Community, we appreciate your interest in Windows 10. As you have already performed uninstall and re-installing the drivers and the issue still persists, I suggest you to try the below and check if it helps. Step 1: Run the Hardware and Devices troubleshooter and check. Hardware and Devices troubleshooter checks for common problems and makes sure that any new device or hardware connected to your PC is installed correctly. • Press Windows key from the keyboard, type Troubleshooting and select it.
A2dp Bluetooth Driver Windows 10. • Click on view all option on the upper left corner of Troubleshooting window. • Select the Hardware and Device options from the list. • Click Next to run the Hardware and Device Troubleshooter. Step 2: Check for the driver status in Device Manager.• Right click on the Start menu, click on Device Manager, and check if there are any exclamatory mark on any of the drivers. • If so, right click on the drive, click on Properties and let us know the Device status. • If you find any error codes, I suggest you to refer to the below article to find for that error code and perform the respective troubleshooting steps: • Hope it helps. Reply to the post with an updated status of this issue for further assistance, we will be happy to help you.
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