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In reading the instructions for a B&H DV200HD I see that under system requirements only Windows operating systems are listed but I have a Macbook pro. Will the software work with a Mac product?


If it's a USB device it should work with any system, i have found that Macs like to format under their own system and i have had cases where they wn't read a windows config HD (but they normally do)
If it's USB then they should work, current mode is called EXFAT and most Macs can support this.

Apr 22, 2017 | The Computers & Internet

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Why can't it play video on sumsung tv? Have tried it on two different Samsung and both say no contend, yet if you plug it into mac movies is there. Can you help? Model number wdbaar3200abk-00


Samsung TVs recognizes FAT, exFat and NTFS file systems while a USB storage device that works on a Mac is probably formatted with Mac OS Extended (Journaled). Copy the contents of the device onto your computer and then reformat the device using exFat. After the format is done, copy the contents back onto the device and your Samsung should now recognise your videos. This is a list of the media files Samsung can read.
http://www.samsung.com/ca/support/skp/faq/1057345

Jan 22, 2017 | Samsung Computers & Internet

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How to remove write protection from sony hd-e1


PC & MAC use different file systems.
It sounds like your hard disk is formatted as NTFS. NTFS will allow a MAC to read from the disk, but not write to it. You need to re-format it using FAT32 (if your MAC is older) or exFAT(if your MAC is fairly new)..
FAT32 will allow a maximum partition size of 2TB(when formatted from a MAC) and a maximum single file size of 4GB.
exFAT will allow pretty much any file size.
NB:Formatting a hard drive DELETES ALL FILES on the hard drive, so backup whatever is important before you re-format it.
1. Open Applications > Utilities
2. Choose you hard drive from the list on the left
3. Choose the "Erase" tab and choose your desired format (FAT32/exFAT)
4. Type in a new name..Click "Erase"

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They can not open


you need to format for exfat so windows and mac can read, if its formatted as fat 32 a mac cannot read, which type of computer are you running and have you tried it in two different computers?

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Any new type of flash memory my PC read it but can't access it


Is the new flash memory greater than 2 GB? You will need to install the exfat parch for windows xp.

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Logik LED TV making a constant tapping/clicking sound.


try turning off AND unplug for a couple minutes! USB may have pulled power down to start the switching noise. Try usb again and if it does it again then I wouldn't use that usb anymore.

Jan 17, 2014 | LG Televison & Video

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Cannot format a 64g stick using xp


Your flashdrive/memory card must be formatted with the exFAT file system. To do this on xp follow these steps: WARNING: - Backup all your data before formatting. - Some cameras may NOT be compatible with the exFAT file system. - Devices formatted using exFAT can NOT be read by any version of Windows prior to Windows XP.
1. Download this Windows update to obtain the exFAT Driver Update: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/955704 2.Right click on the device in My Computer and press format. 3. Select the exFAT file system. 4. Press Start 5. When the message box comes up asking if you really want to format your device and lose everything on it, press ok.
And that should be it.

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I need to format the USB I have to a Fat the only options I have are Fat32 NFST and exFat


normally you would format to fat32 that will be compatable with most systems ..... exfat is used only for linux ... but linux can also use fat32 and NTFS .... microsoft can't read exfat without a special program ... you can use NTFS if you hve a very large USB drive ...but fat32 will be compatable with the most systems ...

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Looking for hack for DVD player


Those DVD Players cannot read NTFS partitions, format your usb drive to use a FAT16 or FAT32 partition

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