Question about JVC KD-NX5000 Car Video Player
I thought this unit would be able to recognize albums etc and automatically populate the names when I copy my CD's to the hard drive. It does not do this so I have to put it in manually which is a pain. I have went through the menu's and checked the song recognition (can't remember what it is called)...but it still does not work.
Did you check the fuse behind your stereo. IF you did and it still wont come on you either lost power to it or it may be time to have your unit repaired or replaced. You should have inline fuses behind the stereo use a test light to check that there is power coming to your fuse
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
Testimonial: "Thank you for the method, unfortunately this still did not work. I even tried the reset button to no luck."
SOURCE: USB Hard Drive
I have a 160 GB HDD on mine. Like the first guy said, format it to FAT32 (like a flash drive, duh) and have fun. I think Vista has a program built in that will format the HDD for you. Just right click, choose to format and then choose FAT32. The screen plays .AVI files perfectly.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
hi mark, before going further try this out.......use a smaller usb stick like a 4gb or 8gb with some music mp3 data arranged in folders like the way you have, and check out the response/performance. from my experience many car units cannot run/decode info from large capacity usb drives. if this also does not work then check out your nearest jvc service centre for advice. cheers.
Posted on Mar 03, 2013
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