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My c drive shows crictal space always

I havent kept any data or music in it so much i clean but the problem is not solved .if i format on my own what steps i have to take after that please advice

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Do u have lot of things on the desktop and in my picture,my videos etc?they are all part of C partition..try moving them to other partitions..hope it helps!

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When we use the flashdrive in the usb port, the screen says no file, but there are several songs on the flashdrive.


Your player is not regognizing the data on your flash drive it is the wrong format check online what format the akai uses

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Expand capacity of Apple TV For some reasons, I haven?t made full use of my 40GB...


Expand capacity of Apple TV

For some reasons, I haven’t made full use of my 40GB Apple TV in the last 2 years. Recently, I have more spare time to do so, and would like to use it in my living room with my wide screen TV to enjoy its functionality fully. It works fine to playback all the files I throw at it, but 40GB is too confining for all my photos and music, not to mention my movies and other video collection. To solve this problem, once I have to make my Mac Pro and iTunes running to stream all my data to the Apple TV. It seems a bit troublesome, I dislike it. So I look for a solution to expand the capacity of my Apple TV. Via Google, I’ve found some useful articles talking about this issue, and I followed them, and finally successfully upgrade the hard drive of the Apple TV lately. Here I’d like to document my process below, but before that, I’d like to show my gratitude to people who I’ve got useful info from their articles, even though I can not remember their exactly names now.
In summary, the process is relatively simple, a small 40GB hard drive can be freely replaced, thus becomes a DIY Apple TV.
Dismantle the Apple TV, remove the hard drive, and connect it to an Intel Mac Pro via WiebeTech Forensic DriveDock or other 2.5-inch hard drive FireWire bridge. Start the Mac, and you will see that hard drive partition of Apple TV is structured as follows:
/dev/disk5
#: type name size identifier
0: GUID_partition_scheme *37.3 GB disk5
1: EFI 34.0 MB disk5s1
2: 400.0 MB disk5s2
3: Apple_HFS OSBoot 900.0 MB disk5s3
4: Apple_HFS Media 36.0 GB disk5s4
400MB of space which could be used to store the system restore data. Extract overall image via CopyCatX, and recover them to a new hard drive which you want to change back. I found lots of people like using a Western Digital 120GB WD1200VE hard drive. Install the new hard drive to Apple TV, and in the test, you will find the system continues to recognize only 40GB of space, because the partition information is the same with the original 40GB hard drive. But in fact, there are more than 70GB of space not being used.

Remove the new hard drive to re-connect to the Mac, and allocate the unused more than 70GB space to the Media partition with the help of iPartition or other partitioning software. Be careful, not to change the EFI or the other 400MB partition.

After install it back to the Apple TV, all the 107GB space will be recognized completely, you are done!

Now I’m able to store more photos, movies, music, and television shows on the Apple TV. But when it comes to video playback, Apple TV has strict formats limitation, it caused troubles again, and I have to convert all my videos to Apple TV formats .mp4 and .mov in advance. However, this does not the most important thing I’m concerned, because I have already have a video converter on my Mac Pro, and my most intention is to watch my Blu-ray on it. Fortunately, via Google again, I get an available Blu-ray Ripper for Mac to meet my needs, which is able to run on Mac independently as long as you have an external BD drive. To keep HD quality as well as compress BD size, I usually select HD video as my output option. A great product, I like it. Besides this, it seems there are also another version developed for Windows user, attached this BD ripper here, maybe it’s your choice.
Well, by the way, Apple installed Fujitsu hard drives in original, and this could be due to their relatively small power and heat consumption, so when replacing the hard drive, you can also take this factor into account. In addition, the replacement of the hard disk will let you lost product warranty, please proceed with caution.
For more: http://www.pavtube.com/blu-ray-ripper-mac/

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I have a panasonic blu ray home cinema system, it says my usb isnt compatible cannot read it, trying to play music via a portable hard drive


It may be in the wrong format, there are 2 main format for usb hard drives, FAT32 and NTFS. You may have to reformat to a different format to what you currently have. To do this, you will need to plug it into a computer, go to Computer and right click on your drive and select format. Select either FAT32 or NTFS, make sure there is a tick in Quick Format and then click start. Please note, this will erase all data off your USB stick so make sure to copy all your data to your computer before you do this. If it doesn't work, then try the other format i.e if FAT32 does not work try NTFS. And just as a side note, the main difference between the 2 formats is FAT32 will not allow you to copy files over 4GB while NTFS will.

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My recording studio is stuck on the project load screen


Your VS-2000 is showing symptoms of fragmentation--resulting in the unit freezing or failing to completely load. The only possible solution is formatting the hard drive. Formatting erases all data on the drive.

Note: If you have any files that you need to keep, you may contact our Roland Customer Support department (323-890-3740) to arrange a "Data Recovery" service. Our service technicians can attempt to recover any data that is in your hard drive. Customer Support is available M-F 8:30am-5:00pm Pacific time.

CAUTION!!! Formatting the hard drive erases ALL recordings and data on the drive. This includes any installed plug-ins as well. Be sure to back up all of your project data (recordings) and plug-ins to CD/DVD(s) before formatting the drive.

Unlocking the System:
1. With the VS-2000 powered off, press and hold the TRACK/STATUS button for track 4 and the FX 2 button.

2. With both buttons pressed, turn on the VS-2000's power. Continue holding the two buttons until the display has loaded completely. This can take several minutes.

3. Once the system has loaded completely, release the buttons.

Formatting the Hard Drive:
Note: The format steps below pertain to using the VS-2400's on-board LCD screen. If you're using an external VGA (video monitor), press and hold HOME and press F6 to switch to the on-board LCD.

1. Press SHIFT AND F1/PROJECT.

2. Use the CURSOR buttons to Select "IDE:0".

3. Press PAGE until "FmtDrv" is displayed above F2.

4. Press F2.

5. CURSOR to "Physical Format".

6. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial until "ON" is selected.

7. CURSOR to "Surface Scan".

8. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial until "On" is selected.

9. Press F5 (OK).

10. Press ENTER/YES twice.

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I formatted my fat partition and now all my songs are gone


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Formatting a partition of hard disc will wipe out all the data stored in it. There is now way to retrive the data from the formatted drive. You may have to backup the data before formatting. Now all lost have been lost for ever. OK.

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Unable to read music cd format mp3, wav or wma. what format is supported


Mp3 is a data disc format. look at your owners manual to see what formats can be played. You may only be able to play standard compact discs in your machine.

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I have music saved on the hard drive of my tascam 2488, and i started to use the second partition of the hard drive to do more songs since the first is now full. My problem is that every time i try to...


sounds like a software problem, dont know if there is an update possible, but you can try this:

take out the drive, connect it to a pc, copy all data from both partitions to your pc, format tascam driver to one partition and copy all music from pc back to drive ;)

this will definetily help, thou you dont have the problem reading two partitions.

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i will tell you to contact Bose I had a small problem with my bose system had to send it back they fixed it for free and extended my warrenty from day one. yop bought bose for a reason and they are a great company used there service they have always been great. I whis i knew how to help you with that I havent had any experiance with there 48 system and digital recorded data systems. but would bet that it is a problem that is more than simple. when a bose breakes it is normally major thay make really good stuff, pricey but good

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Bose lifestyle fault code 802 hi there- i have a bose lifestyle 48 and on display it reads format unsupported when i try to listen to cd's gut not on dvd's - in addition i am unable to store music into the...


Unfortunately, an 802 error is bad. That means hard drive (HDD) failure. This can happen to any hard disc drive, and there's no way to predict it and no way to fix it from home.
If you even try to troubleshoot it (reset etc), you could loose more data (music you've already stored to the system). If you try to access 'stored' music- the error will continue. Also, every time you turn the system off, it checks your HDD, and will probably cause the 802 or 801 errors to display again.
The "Format Unsupported" message may be related, but usually temporary. The 802 (and also 801) errors mean irreversible HDD damage so it doesn't matter.
Call Bose tech support immediately.. They can repair it for $165 and give a new 1 year warranty. And if it's already under warranty they will repair for free. In either case they will replace your HDD with a new one, and transfer any salvaged music files from your existing drive to the new drive.

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