Do you get the error message that your Western Digital SES USB External Hard Drive is not found by your version of Windows? Other Western Digital SES Driver problems?
Perhaps you get an error message that your WD SES Device USB device doesn’t have a driver? Or that “No SES driver was found so not installed”.
Your windows SCSI Enclosure Service (SES) driver is a piece of software which Windows needs to install in order to communicate with the VCD. If the driver is missing, corrupt or out-of-date, your WD hardware can’t work properly.
Your Western Digital My Passport/My Book hard drive requires a special communications channel (SCSI) between your PC and the drive to enable certain features such as password protection, LED control, and access to the drives label if applicable.
At install, the Windows operating system detects this SCSI communications channel and attempts to install a SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) driver. This driver is only used by your hard drive and is installed by default when you first attach the drive to a computer.
Now, if you don’t have this driver, your hardware will not work properly. You need to download the latest Western Digital SES driver for your version of Windows. You can do that right here, and update your drivers automatically.
|Devices this driver supports:||All Western Digital device drivers.|
|Operating Systems:||Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7.|
You need to download the latest drivers to get your Western Digital hard drive working again. You can do that right here.
Our driver update tool scans your PC’s devices and removes old, corrupt and out-of-date drivers and automatically updates your system to the latest official WD SES USB drivers. This tool will also constantly updates your drivers to the newest version whenever a new driver becomes available, ensuring that you never have to worry about missing, corrupt or out-of-date drivers again.
Do the smart thing: Update your Western Digital SES USB drivers automatically!
|Designed for Windows 2000, XP, Vista, 7.|