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    WD Elements 1.5 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive

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    Great roomy drive but sometimes doesn't get recognized by comp (unless you do this)...

    This drive is fabulous! It is a great value, and extremely roomy.However, there is one major issue that I have noticed that may throw off non-techies (and maybe even some techies).Sometimes, when the drive is plugged in, the computer will not recognize it and Windows will install the WRONG DRIVER for it. Whenever this happens, you will not be able to access any of your information.Fortunately, the SOLUTION to this issue is simple; plug in the USB cable of the drive BEFORE plugging in the power. I don't know why it has to be done in this order, but I've noticed if the power is plugged in first, the drive will not be recognized by the computer as a Western Digital drive!Additionally, for people who do not want to leave their hard drive plugged into the computer all the time, you may have noticed that there is no "safely eject" option for the drive. An alternative to this is to go to the Western Digital site, and find the software for "WD Spindown... 5/5 Cool Amazoner - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: WD Elements 1.5 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive (Personal Computers) This drive is fabulous! It is a great value, and extremely roomy.However, there is one major issue that I have noticed that may throw off non-techies (and maybe even some techies).Sometimes, when the drive is plugged in, the computer will not recognize it and Windows will install the WRONG DRIVER for it. Whenever this happens, you will not be able to access any of your information.Fortunately, the SOLUTION to this issue is simple; plug in the USB cable of the drive BEFORE plugging in the power. I don't know why it has to be done in this order, but I've noticed if the power is plugged in first, the drive will not be recognized by the computer as a Western Digital drive!Additionally, for people who do not want to leave their hard drive plugged into the computer all the time, you may have noticed that there is no "safely eject" option for the drive. An alternative to this is to go to the Western Digital site, and find the software for "WD Spindown... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , March 15, 2011

    Excellent External Drive

    The Western Digital WD Elements is probably most notable for what it doesn't have:1) It doesn't have any clever "look at me" flasing/glowing/blinking lights. One tiny light in the back will confirm it is on. But you won't need to check because "it just works".2) It doesn't have any annoying, auto-loading, "I know better" software. There are lots of great backup programs available (freeware, shareware and built into most operating systems). And, of course, you can always just drag-and-drop files right onto the drive.3) It doesn't get hot. Heat is a killer for electronics so that is even more important than you might think.4) It doesn't make ANY sound.5) It doesn't take up much space. It is smaller and more compact than any other external drive that I have purchased.6) It doen't have any goofy stands or attachments. It is squared on all sides except the back so you can position it any way you want to.7)... 5/5 Mark A. Valente (Danville, CA United States) - See all my reviews, May 2, 2010

    Good value, no extra junk software!

    I purchased the 1tb Elements (WDBAAU0010HBK-NESN) for use with a Dish DVR 622.Installation was was truly "plug and play". I simply took it out of the box, plugged it in, and it was immediately recognized by the DVR. I have since transferred about 200gb of content to/from it, and have watched content directly from the drive. So far, it is working perfectly. It automatically spins down after a few minutes of non-use, as well as when the DVR is powered off. It also spins back up automatically (less than 10 seconds) when the DVR accesses it.One thing some people might not like: The case is designed to sit flat (as pictured), not on its side. There are four small non-skid pads on the bottom corners, but none on either side. There is no indication on the box, in the documentation, or on Western Digital's web site as to whether the drive will work properly on edge. As a general rule, WD drives are designed to operate sideways or even upside down (any X,Y,Z... 5/5 Scott W (Northwest Washington) - See all my reviews Verified Purchase(What's this?) This review is from: WD Elements 1 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive WDBAAU0010HBK-NESN (Personal Computers) I purchased the 1tb Elements (WDBAAU0010HBK-NESN) for use with a Dish DVR 622.Installation was was truly "plug and play". I simply took it out of the box, plugged it in, and it was immediately recognized by the DVR. I have since transferred about 200gb of content to/from it, and have watched content directly from the drive. So far, it is working perfectly. It automatically spins down after a few minutes of non-use, as well as when the DVR is powered off. It also spins back up automatically (less than 10 seconds) when the DVR accesses it.One thing some people might not like: The case is designed to sit flat (as pictured), not on its side. There are four small non-skid pads on the bottom corners, but none on either side. There is no indication on the box, in the documentation, or on Western Digital's web site as to whether the drive will work properly on edge. As a general rule, WD drives are designed to operate sideways or even upside down (any X,Y,Z... Read more Help other customers find the most helpful reviews  Was this review helpful to you? , December 2, 2009
    List Price: $149.99
    USB 20; Simply affordable easy to use Easy to use
    Simply affordable; Easy to use
    Simply affordable easy to use Easy to use
    USB 2.0; Simply affordable easy to use Easy to use


100-199 GB