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Mavericks » March 12th, 2013, 11:00 am wrote:It has done this now with a USB 3 3Tb, a USB 3 2Tb, and a USB 2 500 gig. It does play large MKV files, but seems to have issues with smaller mp4 (600 meg). Do I have a faulty unit and need to send it back? Or is the Aios not compatible with small files via USB with it's own power supply? One backup mp4 file that crashed repeatedly on the external hard drives did work via thumb drive. Opinions, before I return this unit and try another?
Mavericks » March 12th, 2013, 9:49 pm wrote:How do I find out if it is being scanned or has errors? They are all wall power units that vary in age. All have the same issue regardless of hdd size. I just tried another smaller file and it locked up also. That was after successfully watching a larger MKV file.
Mavericks » March 12th, 2013, 11:02 pm wrote:I will give it a shot, but how would I know it started scanning while the movie is playing. It locks up. It doesn't say scanning HHD before I watch. I usually don't do anything while it is scanning. I wait for the notification to go away.
Mavericks » March 12th, 2013, 11:19 pm wrote:I was so excited but when I got into the setup screen it was already set to "auto scan off". Any other ideas?
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