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HDD with videofiles not working

Hi I have a lacy 160G (no extra power needed) plugged into the USB. The lacy is in FAT32 format in order for the JVC to read the files. I have audio and video files on them. Somehow it only reads and plays the audio (mp3) files and not the videofiles. Anyone with a solution?

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  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    USB can play what video files

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2014

    USB set for audio used, FAT32 , and track 16, 24,64 kbsector

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I had the same problem on memory stick. If I have pictures only on memory stick it is working (pictures played in a slide show). After that I've try with a mixed CD (MP3 + pictures) and was the same problem - only MP3 played. I think KD AVX33 doesn't know to read both type of files at the same time.

Posted on May 05, 2008

  • Ion13 May 05, 2008

    Sorry I didn't finished :) To play pictures or videos from same source you have to change the "File type": go to "AV Menu" > "Setup" > "Disk 1" > "File Type" > "Still picture" / "Video", but now you can't play MP3 :), so repeat the procedure above for each type of file... :)

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