I have a laptop with USB 3.0 Express Card which works fine with an external USB 3.0 Powered Hub [2.5A enough] .
In this particular case, an External USB3.0 Toshiba Drive is happily detected by Windows 7 64bit and I can browse it, write it, etc.
Upon running True Image 2014 6673 build, it tells me:
Unable to Continue
You have only one drive.
This program is designed to work with 2 or more drives.
Really? Is it windows stopping accessing it?
This drive has a cloned version of this laptop and I wonder if it is windows doing tis because it sees a NTFS windows system in it and protects it.
IF so, how do I release it from Windows claws?