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October 03, 2013, 12:29:23 PM
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hank_moody

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hello everybody,

i'm from germany and i've got a problem with my wd tv live.
basic information:

wd tv live (1.16.13)
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- "legacy" surface

wd my passport 1tb usb3
- hfs+ file format

so the main problem is that the wd tv live freezes while i'm watching a movie or a tv series.
it quotes that i have to remove the usb device safely.
the only way out is to restart the wd tv live or to plug out/in the usb device before i can go on.
i can not watch a single episode without a freeze.

my question is now why?
is it the wd tv live? or the usb hdd?
what can i do?

please help me
 

October 03, 2013, 08:35:35 PM
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Techflaws

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HFS+ but journaling turned off?

October 04, 2013, 12:04:09 AM
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hank_moody

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Thank you for your fast reply.
the attachment shows that the file system is journaled.
do you have another idea?


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Volume „WD My Passport DK“ überprüfen
Dateisystem prüfenHFS+ Volume (Journaled) überprüfen.
Zusatzdatei für Dateiaufbau wird überprüft.
Katalog wird überprüft.
Multi-Link-Dateien werden überprüft.
Kataloghierarchie wird überprüft.
Datei für erweiterte Attribute wird überprüft.
Volume-Bitmap wird überprüft.
Informationen des Volumes werden überprüft.
Das Volume „WD My Passport DK“ ist anscheinend in Ordnung.


October 04, 2013, 08:43:11 PM
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What idea? If it's journaled, the WDTV can't read it. Easy as that.

October 07, 2013, 09:00:24 AM
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sorry i didn't know.
can i simply remove the journaling?
i mean there is an option in the hdd tool on mac to remove.
but i'm not sure if it is enough because i formated the hdd journaled.

October 07, 2013, 08:34:33 PM
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I'm no Mac user but I'm afraid you'd have to format the HDD before setting it up with an unjournaled filesystem.