I have a 160 GB HDD on mine. Like the first guy said, format it to FAT32 (like a flash drive, duh) and have fun. I think Vista has a program built in that will format the HDD for you. Just right click, choose to format and then choose FAT32. The screen plays .AVI files perfectly.
320 gb ext hard drive works super nice on my avx 800..
all you have to make sure is use the software called SWISSKNIFE to format the hard disk in FAT32 format.
i have a 320 gb 2.5" external hard drive by comstar and it doesn't require any AC power.. all you plug is the usb plug and leave it in the glove compartment.
no setup is required.. the avx unit recognizes everything.. plays videos and songs ..
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1)Connect PSP to computer with USB supplied with PSP.
2)Now, press "home" button on PSP
3)Scroll down menu to option "setting" using right and left directional buttons
4)When you reach the option "USB Connection", press X button to indicate your selection
5)The "my computer" window will now show a removable drive
6)Double click on removable drive to open it. You will see a folder named "PSP" inside it.
7)Open the folder "PSP" and see whether there is a folder named "Music" inside it.
8)If you cannot see the folder named "Music", then create it inside the folder named "PSP." Make sure to name it "Music".
9)Now simply and paste the music files from hard disk to the "Music" folder, just the way you would transfer files from a CD to your hard disk.
10)Once you are done, press the "o" button on your PSP. PSP will exit from the USB connection. Now unplug PSP from the USB data cable. Now you can carry around your music collection and listen to your favourite tunes, whenever you want. Enjoy!
That's an easy task:
1) Plug your Hd to your laptop and wait until the laptop recognize it as a new drive and assign a new letter to it. If you have a disc use it if your laptop ask for it.
2) Copy all files you want to transfer to the new HD and paste them on it.
The USB is not going to work with your iPod. It is intended to be used with a flash drive or external hard drive with a folder structure containing either .mp3 or .wma files.
The way the USB works on the system is that it reads all the files and folders on the entire device and will say "reading" until it reads all the files and folders. This should only take a few seconds but if there is tons of files it may take longer.
Main problem: An iPod contains much more than just music files and folders - it contains an entire operating system. Worse, the operating system which the iPod uses is protected, keeping other devices except for iTunes from reading the music files.
You will need to use a flash drive or external hard drive with your USB. This device can only contain music, and the music must be organized into folders. Your iPod will not work. However, you can use Auxiliary input using a cable which both ends are 1/4" headphone jacks, one end going to the iPod and other plugged into your stereo.
- Chris Proia
p.s. Here is the User Manual for your XDM6350 : http://www.dualav.com/support/manuals/xdm6350.pdf
try using file option instead of movie or music cos some time when you use movie or music it will only look for movie or music files also what formatt are your movies in cos it has a prob reading certain files and codecs like mp4
You did not mention which Windows or Mac version you are running, but "in the good old days", all I did was to format the drive either as FAT32 (in Windows) or as MS-DOS (in Mac). Keep
volume/folder file names following Windows naming rules. Don't erase
any of the invisible files that will be visible on the opposite system
when running. MP3's will write/read fine for both OS.