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External HDD with 2 partitions

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Hello guys!

I bought a new WD 1TB external HDD for my 4K movies and for Xbox games.

I created 2 partitions 200 GB FAT32 and 750GB NTFS. My Xbox (RGH/Jtag) doesn't see my hdd. When I formated my all spaces to FAT32 nothing do anything. The FAT32 partition is primary.

Anyone have any idea?

Sorry for my bad language.

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1 hour ago, crosman said:

Hello guys!

I bought a new WD 1TB external HDD for my 4K movies and for Xbox games.

I created 2 partitions 200 GB FAT32 and 750GB NTFS. My Xbox (RGH/Jtag) doesn't see my hdd. When I formated my all spaces to FAT32 nothing do anything. The FAT32 partition is primary.

Anyone have any idea?

Sorry for my bad language.

hdd.png

Depending on the kernel version (2.0.16xxx) you will have to format it by the video game. Then partition and test again.

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4 hours ago, crosman said:

Hello guys!

I bought a new WD 1TB external HDD for my 4K movies and for Xbox games.

I created 2 partitions 200 GB FAT32 and 750GB NTFS. My Xbox (RGH/Jtag) doesn't see my hdd. When I formated my all spaces to FAT32 nothing do anything. The FAT32 partition is primary.

Anyone have any idea?

Sorry for my bad language.

hdd.png

your fat32 isnt first... As it has the drive letter I.. If it were first on the hdd, it would be first in disc management which your pic is from.

You have to create the fat32 partition first.. Then ntfs.. You need to redo your hdd

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On 1/28/2019 at 2:23 PM, felida said:

your fat32 isnt first... As it has the drive letter I.. If it were first on the hdd, it would be first in disc management which your pic is from.

You have to create the fat32 partition first.. Then ntfs.. You need to redo your hdd

Thanks it work's! :)

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