Fix Seagate External Hard Drive Beeping And Not Recognized

Seagate External Hard Drive Beeping Not Recognized

Seagate Hard Drives are best known for their compact design and immense storage capacity. You can quickly connect Seagate drive to computer and back up your files. If Seagate External Hard Drive Beeping And Not Recognized by computer, follow these troubleshooting steps.

  1. First, unplug the USB cable from the hard drive and check for any damages. If so, replace the hard drive or repair it.
  2. Otherwise, clean the USB port to clear the dust. Also, clean the USB cable and the drive.
  3. Reconnect the Hard Drive to computer using the existing cable and check if the beeping sound issue has been fixed.
  4. If the problem persists, connect the USB cable to a different USB port.
  5. Sometimes, a faulty USB port on computer might be causing the problem.
  6. It is recommended to use only the USB cable that came with Seagate External Hard Drive.
  7. If you have a damaged USB cable, replace it with a standard one.
  8. You can also try a USB Y-cable (cable with two connectors) to connect Seagate drive to computer.
  9. If the problem remains unsolved, check if drive is working on a different computer.
  10. Also, verify that you have properly installed the latest USB drivers on computer. If not, open the Device Manager and expand the USB Serial Bus Controllers tab.
  11. Right-click the USB driver and select the Update driver option. In the pop-up dialog box, click Search automatically for updated driver software.
  12. Besides, right-click USB driver and select the Uninstall option and then restart computer to Reinstall the USB driver automatically.
  13. After restarting computer, disconnect and reconnect the hard drive.
  14. If Seagate external Hard Drive Beeping And Not Recognized on computer, contact our technical support team for remote assistance.