Question about Pioneer DV-400V DVD Player
I'm going to look into that, but it may have an 8GB limit, or you may simply have too many entries...
Ok, here's a limitation, the device has to be FAT16 or FAT32 formatted, if it's NTFS format, it won't be able to read it.
You may have a corrupt JPEG or a JPEG that has something in the encoding it doesn't undrestand
You may have a corrupt MP3 file.
Step 1 - put the drive in your computer, open up my computer, and right click the drive and click properties. Check to see if it's anything other than fat32 format.
Dump the jpegs off the drive (make sure you have copies). This is easier if you right click the folder, and choose sort by type.
if it still is doing the same thing, start eliminating the MP3s themselves by dumping half of what's left on the drive at a time.
Eventually you will track the issue down!
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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