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Windows Explorer cant see removable drives - Goodmans GPDR40 Digital Media Player

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  • mondaysriff Dec 10, 2008

    Oh hi there, i'm not sure how this got here, i thought i was poting in live chat...lol

    Anyways, since its here you may be able to help, most of the time i plug in my PVR it registers that it is plugged in and windows explorer sees it, but when i click on the allocated drive, there is nothing there, the PVR works fine, but 9 times out of 10 my computer wont see it, my wofes media player is having the same problem :(

  • mondaysriff Dec 10, 2008

    Oh hi there, i'm not sure how this got here, i thought i was poting in live chat...lol

    Anyways, since its here you may be able to help, most of the time i plug in my PVR it registers that it is plugged in and windows explorer sees it, but when i click on the allocated drive, there is nothing there, the PVR works fine, but 9 times out of 10 my computer wont see it, my wofes media player is having the same problem :(

  • Shaun Plencner
    Shaun Plencner May 11, 2010

    what are u needing help with

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Make sure it is powered up and working before connecting the USB cable - sounds silly but works foe me - alan

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