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HDR Media Tray for the PC

Postby funk » Tue Apr 26, 2016 5:08 pm

Hello all.
im having an issue with my pc reading the HDR media tray contents

I have just put a bay in the pc but when i start the pc up with the media tray in and keyd on ready, my pc finds the drive
but can not show the contents or even the volume properties.

i want to drag the rendered tracks of a song into cubase,

am i missing something very simple here ?
thanks for any help
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Re: HDR Media Tray for the PC

Postby doktor1360 » Wed Apr 27, 2016 3:36 am

funk wrote:Hello all.
im having an issue with my pc reading the HDR media tray contents

I have just put a bay in the pc but when i start the pc up with the media tray in and keyd on ready, my pc finds the drive
but can not show the contents or even the volume properties.

i want to drag the rendered tracks of a song into cubase,

am i missing something very simple here ?
thanks for any help


Is this a Mackie OS formatted (and bootable) disk - in other words created from the install disks as a bootable installation and you're trying to read it from the external drive bay? If so, that's your issue... everything else is speculative until this is determined, you weren't very clear regarding this particular important point... :geek:

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Re: HDR Media Tray for the PC

Postby funk » Fri Apr 29, 2016 10:01 pm

Hi dok cheers for replying,
no sorry i will try again..

I have put a Lian Li RH-40 mobile rack into my PC that has windows XP pro on it, which has cubase on it.
so now i can pull the media tray which has my songs on from the front of the Mackie HDR24 and just push it into the bay on the PC.( to take files or songs off for editing in cubase)

but when i go on to the PC into windows/my computer i see the hard drive is connected as it shows up as "drive X" but when i click on it it will not show the contents, or if i right click on it and click properties it does not even show the volume ( size of the hard drive)
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Re: HDR Media Tray for the PC

Postby funk » Sun Jun 05, 2016 1:03 pm


Is this a Mackie OS formatted (and bootable) disk - in other words created from the install disks as a bootable installation and you're trying to read it from the external drive bay? If so, that's your issue... everything else is speculative until this is determined, you weren't very clear regarding this particular important point... :geek:

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Just re read your post doc sorry was not sure what you meant,
It's the external drive from the HDR so when I first used it I verified it with the HDR then it asks "do you want to format this drive" which I did , so yes it is mackie formatted, if that's what you mean ?
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