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It would depend on how it was formatted. Did you remove it from the player and format it on a computer? The Xclef requires a FAT32 format / partition. I've upgraded the drive in mine on two occasions & found the easiest way to format the drive (there's no easy way though a windows OS) is to use this utility . . . "fat32format" . . . http://www.crapcontrol.com/e107_files/downloads/fat32format.zip
Posted on Oct 18, 2008
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