1. R

    Resurrecting Subtitles after Copy/Move to USB/Hard Drive

    I have a Humax fvp5000t but I hope this should work for older models too. You've Copied or Moved a programme to your USB stick or Hard Drive and some time later you'd like to watch it again with the Subtitles still intact ... do this: 1) Make sure that the programme files are in THE EXACT SAME...
  2. Scott84531

    Transfer Recordings To Pc and Second 1800t.

    Long story short but SD recordings would transfer onto my computer and onto my second 1800t without any problems and all of a sudden none of my programs are working at all, im not a specky person so if there are tehcnical parts please breakdown into a easier way of explaining, when i try and...
  3. Greatstuff

    USB drive format - NTFS or FAT32?

    While FAT32 works fine, the size of the files is limited. I have an 8Gb drive and it allows me to transfer programmes from the unit (whether SD or HD, the latter after being Foxy'd) However, I have an NTFS-formatted USB drive (64Gb) and while I can transfer recordings to it, they just won't...
  4. MontysEvilTwin

    Compatible USB Sticks

    I recently bought a couple of Toshiba TransMemory U202 USB sticks (16GB) see here. I had no problems updating the firmware of several HDR-FOX units with these. Thought I'd post about this in case anyone is looking for an inexpensive USB stick of known compatibility.
  5. R

    NTFS formatted USB stick

    Hi all. I have a 30 gb USB stick formatted as NTFS and it could be read on my HDR. I then had to format the stick to use a different file system. Afterwards, I formatted it back to NTFS and now the Humax cannot read the stick. If I plug in or unplug the stick, it notifies me of this on TV but I...
  6. P

    Ejecting a usb key drive

    I've only just bought my HDR2000T so I'm not familiar with all the options. I want to be able to copy some (SD) programs to a usb key drive, do I need to eject the drive when copying is finished, if so, how?