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# 111434 3-Nov-2012 12:14
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I have just installed MyFreeview supplied by Dish TV. UHF Aerial version. I am unable to record and have figured out that the media needs to be formatted. I select this option and add in the factory password. However an error comes up each time saying "format media failed/cancelled error".

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  # 711329 3-Nov-2012 12:34
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Suze65: I have just installed MyFreeview supplied by Dish TV. UHF Aerial version. I am unable to record and have figured out that the media needs to be formatted. I select this option and add in the factory password. However an error comes up each time saying "format media failed/cancelled error".

It should be formatted when you buy it. Any recorder I've bought was already formatted excepted my AC Ryan which didn't come with a HDD but was added later.
Take it back where you bought it and get them to sort it out or replace.




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  # 711344 3-Nov-2012 13:21
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Great. Thanks for that. Will take it back.

 
 
 
 


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  # 711403 3-Nov-2012 15:32
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Suze65: I have just installed MyFreeview supplied by Dish TV. UHF Aerial version. I am unable to record and have figured out that the media needs to be formatted. I select this option and add in the factory password. However an error comes up each time saying "format media failed/cancelled error".


Just checking, but does the unit have an inbuilt hard drive (the T1050 does) or do you need to attach a usb drive to it (the T1020 does)?




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  # 711441 3-Nov-2012 17:26
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It is inbuilt but have got a replacement and now it seems so far everything is working as it should. Just trying to work out why can't stop or delete recordings but getting there! Thanks fir your help.

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