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External Constant unmounting!

Discussion in 'Hard Disks internal / external' started by Gezzdoc, May 19, 2017 at 2:43 PM.

  1. Gezzdoc

    Gezzdoc Vu+ Newbie

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    I have a 500Gb flash drive attached to my Solo SE v2

    Mounting it is easy enough but after a few days; it's as if I never did!
    I always find out when I try to record something; another 10mins setting up

    Any thoughts?

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  2. nunigaia

    nunigaia Moderator

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    Check your HDD ... is filled up! ;)

    " No free space left "

    best regards
    nunigaia
     
  3. Gezzdoc

    Gezzdoc Vu+ Newbie

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    Definitely not full.

    Never get a chance to record anything on it!! :fie:
     
  4. Matrix10

    Matrix10 Administrator

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    I have heard on another forum that TS panel can cause these problems.

    We do not support the TS panel and the discussion about it is not allowed.
    So if that's the case with you, you can check.
     
  5. Gezzdoc

    Gezzdoc Vu+ Newbie

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    I don't believe I have TS panel installed.
    (not even sure I know what it is!!)

    How do I check?
     
  6. Matrix10

    Matrix10 Administrator

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    Probably under plugins.

    Perhaps you have not formatted the disk (ext Linux formats) and made properly mount.
    Or maybe the file structure is corrupt.

    Maybe format disk with some windows tool for linux formats on your computer,
    And then make a mount in the box imaage.
     
  7. Gezzdoc

    Gezzdoc Vu+ Newbie

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    Formatting & mounting from STB menu reasonably straightforward.
    It then records/timeshits etc immediately after I've done this.

    What I don't get is; unannounced the disk will be unmounted with 100% certainty. :confused:
    No idea how long before this happens, I just find out next time I want to record something (which is too late)

    Using Black Hole
    Is Open BH likely to be better behaved?
     

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