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I have a Media com MCI-3300 Karaoke, I just want to ask why I can't play movies using my Toshiba hard disk drive. We tried using the USB and the movie played but when we used the hard drive, the movie folder doesn't appear. The Mediacom has a USB port and my hard drive fits but won't play and won't open my files and movies well in fact my USB can play. Please help! Thank you!

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I'm sure you probably have done this but i gotta ask!

When using usb there's enough power to run the usb key. When using 2.5inch hard drive the usb has enough power to run it. When using a 500gig you will need a separate powersource for it so check to make sure thats the case.

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