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Don't think anyone has responded because there is not going to be any sort of definitive answer that can be provided based on those circumstances.

Based on your description, I would suspect an issue with the communication between the computer and the controller of the external case rather than the drive itself that was somehow reset when you disconnected and reconnected it.

I would, however, run the disk repair on the external drive.

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