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TV Set-Top Box Can't See 80 GB HD

I have successfully formatted my Buffalo mini station 80 gig to fat32 unfortunately my TV set top box will not accept the USB connection. I have tried a 4 gig speed stick in the same port and it works good. Can you offer a solution to my problem, I don't have another $60.00 spare to buy another one. Thank you George

George Watson
Thu, 03 Feb 2011 05:54:29 +0000

What's the brand and model of your TV set-top box?

Microsoft imposed a 32 GB limit to the FAT32 system. So maybe your TV set-top box has the same limit. Try formatting your drive to 30 GB and see if the TV set-top box could see it.

Chieh Cheng
Thu, 03 Feb 2011 07:06:46 +0000

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