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What do I need to do to get get unit to read sd card or USB flash drive
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check that you have good ground connections.
Use DVM to check if you have 12VDC to player.
If you have no DVM, you can use small car light bulb with leads.
If bulb lits from ground and hot wires, then player is bad. Or most likely a loose connections.
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
There are several USB recovery programs available. While I don't
endorse any one in particular, I tend to stay away from "free" ones,
since I believe in the axiom "there's no such thing as a free lunch"
since you don't know what's in it for them.
You could try this company, which advertises a free download (but I suspect they are really a shareware company so it's possible that they will want money for a more expansive version) which may make it possible to fix your drive in one instance at least.
If this data is important to you, it's probably worth spending 30 or 40 dollars to avoid a repeat.in the future, because USB drives get corrupted from time to time.
Anyway, here is the link:
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Posted on Jan 28, 2009
SOURCE: xo vision dvd player
it shouldn't be to hard to install this but it does require cutting a hole in your interior part of roof........a install like this could take anywhere from 30 mins - 1hr for a installer to put it in. to do it yourself it could take 1-3hrs to complete (note for your first time doing this take your time and follow the install manual that will be provided)
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
Consult the manual, it should probably say something about external media.
Check what kind of disk format is supported by your player - some players will recognize an external usb disk (or a usb memory stick) only if it's formatted in FAT32 file system.
Note that if you format the disk on a Windows machine, it will only do it on drives with a relatively small capacity (i think it's up to 32 GigaBytes), but other operating systems (like MAC OS) can perform a FAT32 format even on drives with far greater capacity.
As for the SD disk (did you mean a SD memory card?), see what the manual says about the format type, have the card (disk) formatted in the supported format and see if that works, otherwise you might want to try other brands of SD cards - my friend has an Avia (not Aiwa) dvd player with a usb port and a SD card slot and it simply won't accept some brands or models of SD cards, but will work well with others and it also works well with USB disks and USB memory sticks formatted in FAT32 file system.
That's about all i could suggest, i hope you can get it to work.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
There are two types of SD cards. The first, standard type, had a capacity limit of 4GB. But quite soon the technology advanced and higher capacity Flash memory has been developed, so the standard had to be revised - and SDHC was born (HC stands for High Capacity), which includes cards having 4GB and above.
There is an overlap, as you can see, because there are 4GB CD cards, and 4GB SDHC cards on the market.
Now your DELL is an older machine, and it's card reader is not compatible with the new SDHC standard. And it will not be, even with a BIOS update.
You have two options: find a 4GB SD card (they are hard to find, majority will be SDHC) and stick with this capacity, or purchase an USB SD/SDHC card reader, which is cheap, and use it to transfer files to/from your 8GB card.
Posted on Nov 22, 2009
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