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You also need to check that you have set the output of your device to HDMI and the input of the TV to HDMI. In the past the TV may have automatically selected HDMI when the device is turned on but sometimes that does not work.
If the registry key Storage DevicePolicies key does not exist, you will need to create it. Download
the batch file called add.bat from below link, and double click after
download the key will be automatically added to registry.
Double click the key Write Protect
in the right pane and set the value to 0 in the Value Data Box and
press OK button. Exit Registry, restart your computer and then again
re-connect your USB pen drive on your computer. That is it, done.d set
the value to 0 in the Value Data Box and press OK button
try to remove partition on to disk management tools and make new partition then reformat the USB drive be careful not to delete the other drive.. or use a software that can manage drives like paragon or acronis partition manager .
Most movies are about 4.5GB to 8GB, this is probably why your not able to put a movie on it. Secondly a lot of flash drives say its 4GB but really its 3.5-4GB. There must be something your overlooking as file size for ti to take up that much space. go to the properties of each file and look at the folder size, might find something you missed that's taking up more space.
Well, I'm not sure why you discarded the old casing. If you recieved a replacment from Maxtor, they would require the drive and case, or your warranty would of been voided. Your not suppose to open those cases. However, now that you have, you can test the drive by just loading it your computer (desktop I'm hoping) as a slave drive. Make sure your pin settings on the other drive is set to master, and add it in. If it works Windows will find it and add it as new hardware. If it doesn't, then their something wrong with the drive. I'd call whomever you purchased it from.
Yes, it is wise to do a house cleaning on your Maxtor. Whether you delete everything or not is up to you. However, do not do this by formatting the hard drive.
If you find you need a file later you deleted from the drive, a free program called 'FileScavenger' can recover it for you. If you format the hard drive the ability to recover a file becomes highly unlikely.
We techs have expensive software to recover files should you need to get it retrieved, but the interface is designed for techs and not the average user.