Question about Humax FOXAT HDR DTV Receiver
This can happen occasionally. It seems that the answer is to reformat the disk - having watched or transferred any required recordings first.
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Oct 29, 2012 | Televison & Video
The hard disk is divided into three partitions: "Normal Recording,"
"Event Recording," and "Copy." Image data is automatically
recorded to the appropriate partition according to the recording
mode. For the normal recording partition, the data is overwritten
when the capacity is full. The event recording partition prohibits
overwriting to protect data. Copy partition prepares data for
retrieval to external medium.
Hard Disk Partitioning Function* automatically
selects the partition to be recorded.
RAID5 distributes image data to multiple hard disks in the
extension unit. Upon hard disk breakdown, lost data can be
restored from other hard disks. When using one WJ-HD300A
Series unit, mirroring function is available for data backup.
RAID5 / Mirroring Function
One VMD area can set one
playback image for motion
(* 10, 13, and 16 screens are available only with the WJ-HD316A.)
Even when images from multiple cameras are displayed on a multi-screen,
live monitoring can be achieved on all cameras at a full rate of 60 ips
(image per second). Experience real-time,
full surveillance with
full-rate video images.
Full Rate Live Multi-Screen
4-window 7-window 9-window 10-window* 13-window* 16-window*
Multi-screen in versatile variations
GUI Setup Menu
Actual recording result (Example)
hope it helps
Feb 25, 2012 | Panasonic (WJ-HD316A/500) (WJHD316A500)...
Depends on what you are using the hard drive for. For example if this hard drive is going to be used for multimedia then I would recommend a hard drive around 120Gb to 1TB, but if it's for a small office with MS Windows XP installed it should be just enough to host the operating system and a limited amount of programs, hope this help, best of luck
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