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Maxtor OneTouch 4 Mini Review

Propane    -   March 11, 2008
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Installation:

The Maxtor OneTouch 4 Mini drive utilizes a USB 2.0 connection, but will also work with USB 1.1 if you are willing to sacrifice speed. Since the USB provides power as well as data connectivity for the OneTouch, there is only one cable to be plugged into any available USB port that your computer has. If your computer doesn't have any powered USB ports, you are out of luck unless you buy a hub that provides its own power.

Now that you have your drive plugged in, you can run the installer on the drive or insert the CD and install the software off of it. When you run the installer or insert the CD, a window comes up that asks what language you would like to use and since Overclockersclub.com is primarily English speaking, we will continue with it. After selecting the language you wish to install in, you can continue on by selecting what you want to do. We want to install the software, so that is what we are selecting.

Now the install shield wizard comes up makes sure everything is installed that needs to be before continuing.

Then, like most programs you install, you are presented with an EULA which you have to accept to continue installing the software. When you accept it, you can then choose your installation directory and then watch all the new files get installed.

Finally, you are asked to restart your computer. I didn't and everything worked fine, but it's still probably a good idea to restart just to make sure everything gets set up right.

Now that our software is installed, let's configure it.




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Closer Look (continued)
  3. Installation
  4. Configuration
  5. Specifications & Features
  6. Testing
  7. Conclusion
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