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Just get to the Iomega support site and download the driver for windows seven ..and it will be detected..
https://iomega-na-en.custhelp.com/app/platform/p/991,1073

Posted on Mar 17, 2011

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    Catalin Turcu Mar 17, 2011

    BY the way ..if you used it on MAC before..you will have to save the stuff you have on it and reformat it ..cause on MAC , another memory fomat is used for making the partitions ..and they are not visible on any windows..

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There are five partitions on the ScreenPlay Director's hard disk. Three partitions are grayed out and will list as "Healthy-Unknown" in Windows Device Manager. These partitions contain the ScreenPlay TV interface and system settings and are not available to store media files.
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ScreenPlay Director Partitions
There are five partitions on the ScreenPlay Director's hard disk. Three partitions are grayed out and will list as "Healthy-Unknown" in Windows Device Manager. These partitions contain the ScreenPlay TV interface and system settings and are not available to store media files.
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Formatting the Data Partition

The data partition on the ScreenPlay Director is formatted with an NTFS file system and will appear as a read-only volume under Mac OS X unless special software is installed on the Mac. If you need to transfer files to the ScreenPlay Director by direct USB connection on a Mac, you must reformat the data partition to FAT32 (see instructions below).

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