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Hard disk capacity has fallen in spite of deleting most of recordings

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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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I have a Sagem recorder DTR6400T/6700T a number have faults have occurred....can't record,states HDD has reached its recording capacity but only used 5%.......when deleting,comes up with "error during


One way around it would be to reformat the hard drive. If it has that option. However you would delete any recordings on the drive.
There could be read errors on the drive too, which might be cured by clearing everything off.
Does the drive have a fault or status check? If it does try that first.

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Sagem PVR disk full error


Most likely a hard drive failure. Something called spinal failure can cause an issue that sounds like this.

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What hard drive is used in wj-hd316a


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

Playback VMD

One VMD area can set one

playback image for motion

search.

WJ-HD300A Series

Conventional

(* 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

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Multi-screen in versatile variations

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Too small capacity


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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How to re-join two partitions on one external hard drive?


You cannot. You delete both and then make one partition.
There is software available that will let you resize a partition. (E.g. Acronis Disk Director). In this case you delete one partition and the resize the remaining partition to use the space created.
Most important: Back your data up to another hard disk before making any changes to your disk.

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Will Not print from my MacBook Pro in spite of trying both wireless and corded connections. Copies perfectly.


Deleted the original CD download. Then, reconnected the corded connection, as there is no wireless capacity. With both computer and printer reconnected, repeated the entire download process, and deleted all prior printers used by computer. System works fine if connected now.

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Can someone tell me how to delete recordings and /or downloads currently on the hard disk. I have tried to sync to a blank playliast with no avail and the manual was badly drawn up


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If you want to delete recorded song, the easy way is you can plug your hard disk to your computer then after your hard disk detected you can delete now your recorded music..

Good luck !!!

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PCmania

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A Non Disk Hard Drive "?"


Yes there are solid state hard drives available but they are not cheap and at present they cannot match the capacities available in the standard hard drives.
Check these comments I downloaded fron the WEB.


As prices continue to drop, however, flash-based SSDs (solid-state drives) have become viable options for handling primary storage requirements. Moreover, today's roomiest SSDs have 32GB of memory, enough to do more than satisfy basic storage needs - making them competitive with 1.8in hard-disk drives, which range in capacity from 30GB to 80GB.
These SSDs, available from companies such as Samsung and SanDisk, are lightweight (the SanDisk UATA 5000, for example, weighs 59g) and can be found in the US in laptops from Dell, Fujitsu and Toshiba.
Are they worth the extra cost? In spite of price drops, SSDs cost £200 to £250 more than ordinary hard drives of the same capacity. To justify the price difference, SSD laptops must demonstrate significant performance benefits over notebooks equipped with standard hard drives.

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