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The player does not recognize the hard disk after converting to NTFS.

My newly purchased Lasonic HV-670 media player worked Ok for a couple weeks until yesterday when I converted the hard disk from FAT32 to NTFS. After that it always shows me ?No Disk? when trying to play from HDD. But the disk itself works perfect when I plug it to my computer. According to the manual (page 12), it actually recommends to use NTFS when a user doesn?t have to use with Windows 98 like computers. So, what is wrong, the manual or the player?

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  • chris215 Dec 05, 2007

    I have formatted the HDD to NTFS. Recorded TV program using my HP computer. When I plugged the HDD to Lasonic and located the recorded program. Tried to play then it says "reading Disk" and hung up. Doesn't respond to the any keys on the remote besides HDD OFF.
    Any solutions please post or send me an email. Address given below:
    Thank you.

  • Anonymous Feb 24, 2008

    i just bought a Lasonic HV-670 and put a 80 gb hard drive on it.

    the player freezes when i change to HD mode and then de red light keeps flashing and the unit freezes completely..

    any comments to this issue




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Check and see if the harddrive settings are set to master. this will solve the problem

Posted on Mar 09, 2008

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I have same problem,
i bought this dvd player for hdd reason ony
when i set my harddrive to master it says no dish,
when i set my harddrive to cable it give me fatal error message
i formatted my drive to NFTS , the hard drive i am using is segate
can any one tell me how to solve this problem?

Posted on Nov 12, 2008

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HV670 doesn’t support Maxtor hard drive. Try a different brand such as Western Digital or Hitachi

Posted on May 21, 2008

I had the same problem. I took the jumper off and then it worked fine.

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How to Convert NTFS External Hard Drive to FAT32?

My friend Michael bought an external hard drive last month, yesterday he ran to me and ask how to convert external hard drive from NTFS to FAT32 safely and easily? I was so curious about why does he want to convert NTFS to FAT32; he said NTFS partition can't be read by DOS system. Since protecting data and files, I recommend him to convert external hard drive from NTFS to FAT32 with a third-party software-AOMEI Partition Assistant, which can convert hard drive from NTFS to FAT32 without data loss.

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About FAT32

FAT 32 is one of partition format in windows system. It has 32bit file table, which strengthen FAT32's management to partition, and break through the limitation of 2GB space in every partition. Since the production cost of hard drive decreasing, the volume capacity is increasing. After applying FAT32 partition format, a big volume hard drive can be definite as a partition but not be divided into multiple partitions. It is good for management to hard drive. Now, FAT32 is replaced by NTFS.

About NTFS

NTFS is standard file system after Windows NT, 2000, XP, server 2003, server 2008, Vista, and 7. It replaces FAT to offer file system for Microsoft. NTFS make advanced on FAT and HPFS, such as to support metadata.
The difference between NTFS and FAT
As mentioned above, NTFS and FAT both are file system. However, NTFS is produced late than FAT32, but NTFS is more advanced in technology. In summary, the specific distinction are following below:
NTFS can support up to 64GB single file and 2048GB partition. FAT32 supports up to single file with 4GB and partition with 32G.
NTFS does not need Defragment your hard disk.
NTFS support to compress partition, folders and files.
NTFS takes a little cluster, which can help to manage space of hard drive effectively, and avoid wasting space of hard drive at the most extent.
In NTFS partition, you can share sources, folders and set access permissions on files. It is more secured than FAT32 partition.
How to know which partition format is suitable for you
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Computer is installed with single system, or multiple systems.
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If computer is installed single system, and there is security to consider, you can select FAT32. Or NTFS is not bad choice absolutely.
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At present, there are two main ways that you may convert external hard drive to FAT32, one is to convert to FAT32 with Windows built-in Disk Management, and another one is to convert to FAT32 with third-party software like AOMEI Partition Assistant. Let's see the details:

Method1: Convert an External Hard Drive by reformatting

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As a kind of advanced partition software, AOMEI Partition Assistant can easily convert an external hard drive to FAT32, and you can also convert an external hard drive larger than 32GB into FAT32. This software is running well with Windows platform including Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8. Both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows editions are supported. With its help, you need no to format your external hard drive and thus you can convert NFTS to FAT32 without data loss. Now, you may download AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro Edition and have a try.

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