Background information: We consitently receive external cases which are completely OK. If we would then change the printed circuit board, Windows thinks that a complete new device has been connected and will install a new driver for exactly this device. Exactly the same you accomplish by the above procedure.
On http://www.ridgecrop.demon.co.uk/fat32format.htm you can find a DOS based alternative tool which works fine.
Addendum: Meanwhile LG has improved their devices. This error does not occur with newer drives.
ATX power supplies can be recognized by the 20 pin Main board plug. Beside the 4 pin processor power connection another 6 pin AUX connector can be present on 250W and 300W power supplies.
EPS and SSI describe the same by usual linguistic usage, although this, strictly, is not correct. EPS describes only the power supply (EPS = Enhanced Power Supply) and SSI the organisation (SSI = Server System Infrastructure) that standardizes specifications for serverboards and other components. SSI requires an EPS power supply for server boards. The characteristic of the EPS power supplies is that processor mains (8 pin connector) is produced by its own transducer in the power supply in order to increase the stability of processor current. Otherwise the stability of the system could be impaired under load by current and/or voltage fluctuations. Many vendors specify their power supplies as EPS because of its connector, though the other specifications do not come up the requirements named by SSI.
Addendum: The specification allows under certain circumstances that CPU power may be taken from the common 12V line.
Generally an ATX12V power supply is a power supply with processor power connector (4-pin).
In current ATX specification ATX V2.2 the 20 pin ATX connector was extended by 4 pins and corresponds now to the SSI power connector. The processor power connection remains with 4 pins. Besides the SATA HDD power connector was taken up to the specification as well. CPU power is taken from the common 12V line.
AMD has developed his own power connector for some server boards (likewise 24 pins with 8pin processor power connection). The allocation differs from the SSI connector clearly. This connection did not become generally accepted however and meanwhile is no longer manufactured. There are however still mainboards in circulation, which need this connection.
Same as the WTX connection, which was intentionally designed for server boards (Intel?).
The BTX Main Boards need a power supply with 24 pin connector with ATX2.2-Spezifikation. However The design of the BTX power supplies is not compatible with the ATX power supplies.
Mainboards with dual core support may have a 8 pin connector for processor power. The connectors then are the sames as in SSI specification for serverboards. The maximum current and efficiency may be lower than in SSI specification, esp. with cheap power supplies. But on normal use, this will not affect performance and safety adversely.