Question about Pioneer DV410V DVD Player
I was using a card reader and a flash card (4 gig kingston) to watch avi content on my player. It was working perfectly up until a couple of days ago, suddenly it stopped recognising anything being in the usb port.
I have in the process pulled the system down (renovating) and put it back together again. There has been no damage, though perhaps some dust?
Thanks, curtaudrey. Your solution saved me shipping charges on two decks. I had tried connecting a 500gb drive to view divx movies. Your help brought both decks back to usb functionality, after unplugging the unit first, then holding the stop button and and power. The units reset themselves.
Does anyone know if this deck works with usb hard drives, no just memory sticks?
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
I have a similar problem and got it to work by resetting the player to the initial settings.
To do this, turn the player off. On the front panel
Hold down the STOP button and turn the player back on.
Display will show CLEAR.
You will have to reenter your settings, but it recognizes the USB again.
I just got this to work, so who knows how long it will last.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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