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Old 04-12-10, 15:11   #1
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Default K100 + external HD 2 TB > USB fail?

i recently bought two new external Hard disks from Iomega, 2 TB.

My K100 works fine with several other disks (250 GB).

When i connect the 2TB HD on the USB port, its says: USB fail

Is there a limit to the USB external HD size?

(if so, perhaps i should partition them to smaller parts)

Any thoughts?
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Default Re: K100 + external HD 2 TB > USB fail?

I don't think the size of the HDD is the culprit here. More likely IOMEGA is, these brands change their internal working for usage with PC side software and drivers and the media players can't load them since the drivers are missing.
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Default Re: K100 + external HD 2 TB > USB fail?

KAIBOER K100 is an old NMT media player, it does not support 2TB HDD !

-External USB 2.0 support HDD up to 2TB.
-External USB 3.0 support HDD larger than 2TB.

Nothing wrong with your Iomega 2TB external Drive, you should upgrade to a C-200.
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Default Re: K100 + external HD 2 TB > USB fail?

thanks I thought something like that would be the case.
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Default Re: K100 + external HD 2 TB > USB fail?

Originally Posted by nhtdm View Post
KAIBOER K100 is an old NMT media player, it does not support 2TB HDD !

-External USB 2.0 support HDD up to 2TB.
-External USB 3.0 support HDD larger than 2TB.

Nothing wrong with your Iomega 2TB external Drive, you should upgrade to a C-200.
seems my fault.. The OSX formatted drive was not recognized. Which is strange since my old WD 250 GB is os x formatted and is accepted by the K100.

After reformatting under NTFS, the 2TB worked like a charm.
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