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Vizo Uranus Review

Former staff writer    -   February 27, 2007


Installation:

    Installing the hard drive into the external enclosure was quite simple. I completed the task without looking at the instruction manual. You will need a SATA hard drive as one is not included with the enclosure.

After taking out the center insert from the enclosure, you will need to place the hard drive face up in the cradle and then slide it down into the connecting pin.

 

Carefully turning the cradle around, you will find four pre-drilled holes that align with the screw holes on the hard drive. You will need to fasten them together with the provided screws.

 

Once that is secured, slide the cradle back into the enclosure itself and fasten it to the enclosure with the screw fitting tool.

 

 

One Touch Backup

Your next option, if you choose, would be to either use USB or the provided eSATA cable. If you choose to use the eSATA cable, you will have to open your case and connect the cable to an open SATA port, then mount the bracket to one of your case's rear openings.


Configuration:

    Once the external hard drive enclosure is assembled and connected to your computer, the included driver disk needs to be installed. The auto-run feature on the disk will start the program and the on-screen display will assist you in the installation of the driver.

 

The Vizo Uranus uses PC Clone EX as its driver program. Installation took less than 2 minutes.

 

 




  1. Introduction & Closer Look
  2. Installation & Configuration
  3. Configuration Continued & Specifications
  4. Testing
  5. Testing (Continued) & Conclusion
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