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Pioneer CDJ 400 Usb problem
djkim_91
PostPosted: 26 June 2010 - 01:45:32 (114)  Reply with quote
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i just bought a pair of the cdj s 400 and i also bought a pair of 16gb usb memory sticks , but they wont work like it is no connection between the players and the usb sticks , what should i do.. shy
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PostPosted: 26 June 2010 - 02:12:26 (133)  Reply with quote
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The USB sticks MUST be "FAT", and not "NTSF" or any other kind.

The CDJ400 only works with FAT sticks.

You can format the stick and make it FAT, so it will work then.

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PostPosted: 26 June 2010 - 02:35:32 (149)  Reply with quote
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correction - its NTFS not NTFS

and yes, its FAT. btw - RTM

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PostPosted: 26 June 2010 - 02:40:07 (152)  Reply with quote
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imtryinmybest wrote:
correction - its NTFS not NTFS

besides the fact that I have no clue what you're talking about puh
what is the difference between NTFS and NTFS?

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djkim_91
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Voci wrote:
The USB sticks MUST be "FAT", and not "NTSF" or any other kind.

The CDJ400 only works with FAT sticks.

You can format the stick and make it FAT, so it will work then.


thanks for the support , will try it out grin
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andYMkIII
PostPosted: 26 June 2010 - 05:31:09 (271)  Reply with quote
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QWERTY. wrote:
imtryinmybest wrote:
correction - its NTFS not NTFS

besides the fact that I have no clue what you're talking about puh
what is the difference between NTFS and NTFS?

i was wondering that myself lol

oh and btw, this is the wrong forum, didn't you notice that all topics here are trance.nu related problems? puh

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PostPosted: 26 June 2010 - 09:57:14 (456)  Reply with quote
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The USB Sticks must be formated in FAT32 format for them to work, although i highly doubt you'll be able to use all of the available space on those flash drives in that format. Check your manual or go online to the pioneer website and see if these CDJs support exFAT which is the new file system standard for flash memory based storage. NTFS (there no such file system as NTSF) stands for new technology file system and was introduced in windows NT as a Enterprise class file system tech that was capable of handle mulitple read and write sessions concurrently without error. It was also more robust in recovering corrupt data, it supports high capacity partitions (in excess of 500GBs) and hence it is suited for systems with multiple high capacity drivers with large partitions. Because of this, it is more complex and hence not supported by a variety of electronic devices that make use of flash memory i.e car steroes (with USB ports), digital audio players, mobile phones, PDAs etc. exFAT removed the limitations of fat32 by significantly increasing the theoretical and practical size limit of a partition that a flash drive could have. it is more suited towards flash based storage and when working along with TRIM helps reduce wear and tear on flash based storage and boosts performance. Hope that answers all your questions happy
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