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You should be able to buy an external USB drive (or thumb drive) at any electronics store.
You can connect a USB hard disk drive or USB
memory stick to your TV by using the USB inputs of
the TV. This feature allows you to play files stored in
a USB drive. 2.5" and 3.5" inch (hdd with external
power supply) external hard disk drives are supported.
IMPORTANT! You should back up your files before
making any connections to the TV set in order to
avoid any possible data loss. Manufacturer will not
be responsible for any file damage or data loss. It is
possible that certain types of USB devices (e.g. MP3
Players) or USB hard disk drives/memory sticks may
not be compatible with this TV.
Quickly plugging and unplugging USB devices, is a
very hazardous operation. Do not repeatedly quickly
plug and unplug the drive. This may cause physical
damage to the USB player and USB device itself. Do
not pull out USB module while playing a file.
Media Browser Menu
You can play photo, music, and movie files stored
on a USB disk by connecting it to your TV and using
the Media Browser screen. To do this, perform the
following: Connect a USB disk to one of the USB
inputs located on the side of the TV.
You can connect two USB devices to your TV. If both
USB devices include music, picture or video files, USB
selection OSD will be displayed on the screen. The
first USB device connected to the TV will be named
as USB Drive1. Select a device by using up or down arrows
and press OK
What was the last thing you did before it happened??? installed a driver??? installed a software???, add a device??? this would help a lot to know...10000 things can make Windoze go in a blue screen... bad device, bad driver, corrupted MBR, bad software, bad memory, etc... try booting in safe mode to see if it works, if it does than it's a bad driver or software recently installed or a bad update that went wrong... if it does blue screen even in safe mode than it's a bad hardware, check all hardware... unplug all the hardware than plug back the hardware one by one to pinpoint which hardware is causing the problem... MEMORY, CD ROM, HARD DRIVE, WIRELESS CARD, etc...
The I/O (Input/Output) error is indicating a hardware fault with your HDD or the communication to it. It could also be triggered by external storage devices. If you have nothing else plugged into the laptop (such as a USB thumb drive) then your main HDD is likely defective. If the laptop is new, contact your place of purchase, or Acer, for warranty repair.
No my repair shop see's this alot. All my employee's use thumb drives religously in our shop. I see this happen often esp if it gets used alot. I have even seen this happen when its removed while shutting down the PC. It is possible to attempt to reformat the thumb drive. If you unsuccessful, get a new thumb drive.