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I plugged my USB hard drive into Philips DVD player DVP3560K, and it says "input Invalid". We have formatted this to FAT32 already... any ideas?

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Try NTFS. Have you put media files on it yet also?

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Check the format of your drive by hooking it up to a computer and opening it's properties. And check your DVD player's specifications regarding USB support in it's manual or online, on manufacturer's website support section.
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You'll want to leave this drive in NTFS format as FAT32 has lots of limitations in cluster size and total drive size.

The issue with your DVD- Media Player has nothing to do with how you formatted an external 1TB HDD.

It's possible that the two occured at the same time for different reasons.

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