Question about Televison & Video
I am wanting to record a tv programme to a usb device or to hard disk manual doesn't describe how and I can't figure it out, cheers.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: USB Problem
USB devices are allowed to pull up to 400mA for each port. Unfortunately if you have a keyboard with the handy USB ports on it and you plug in your memory stick, you still are left with 400mA for your keyboard AND USB stick COMBINED. The keyboard will draw it's power from the USB port on the computer, so unless you have a device that has it's own power source, each port on your computer can draw no more than 400mA.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
If you have no recordings and it's playing up, I'd do a complete reset as follows;
Restore Factory Defaults
This will restore all the factory settings and erase the contents of the box.
This will re-partition and re-format the hard drive.
This will wipe everything you have recorded. It will also dump your 14 day Electronic Program Guide which will take upto a day to reload. Leave the unit on standby.
You might want to take this opporunity to do a channel scan as well.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Some units have two cords one power one data , in the event
that a unit is not recognized its always the data cord , data cord
hooks itself to a computer via its data cord , so two items are
needed a good working 2.0 high speed USB and a good working USB cable , hook your unit up to your computer , reboot your
computer then try looking in my computer for the drive , if the
HDD is in working order its only way to your computer is the cord
or its USB connector , sometimes USB connectors break for no
apparent reason try checking your USB connections with other
items such as flash drives but not items such as lights fans or
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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