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Beeoing noise and wont connect to television

Put the usb cable in and switched on the tv and hard drive, the drive makes a beeping noise and wont connect to the tv

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The tv usb is not able to read all drives....drive size and formats are different per tv maker..
secondly you need to supply external power to the.... tv usb connection do not supply enough power(usually only 500ma) to run hard drives

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