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Hard Drive full

I can't record anything & no Top Up TV content is being added as it says hard drive is full. We have deleted loads of stuff and on the menu it says hard drive has 40% capacity.

What can I do? I am willing to go back to factory settings if necessary but am not sure how to do this.

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  • suep46 Jan 12, 2009

    I think I may have posted this problem under the wrong section as I have a Thomson Top Up TV box Number DTI6300. I did try to find the format menu but couldn't find it. However, I then decided to try and remove all the recordings on the hard drive and, after removing just one, it made 7 hours available.



    The problem seems to have cured itself but I don't know how. Thank you for trying rongxin.

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Try to find the format menu ,then press the format.so that the hard drive is refresh,all file name and others will be deleted.

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