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Problem:

My NADAC PLAYER doesn't boot when a specific USB drive is connected on the rear panel.

 

Solution:

Removing the Active Flag from that drive Partition. This procedure involves plugging that USB disk to a Windows PC.

 

First, open an elevated command prompt in Windows

  1. Click Windows Start Orb
  2. In search box, type cmd
  3. Right-click on cmd.exe, and choose 'Run as Administrator'
     
     
  4. In the elevated command prompt type in the following commands: 
    DISKPART and press Enter

    This will open another window or bring you to the DISKPART>  prompt
     
     

  5. In this new window or at that prompt type the following commands:
    LIST DISK and press Enter

    Then SELECT DISK n (where n is the number of the HDD in question) and press Enter.

    BE CAREFUL TO SELECT THE PROPER DISK AND NOT YOUR WINDOWS OS DISK !!!

     

    Type LIST DISK and press Enter again :
    The selected disk will show up with a * sign next to it.
     
     

  6. Now type :
    LIST PARTITION and press Enter

    Then SELECT PARTTION n (where n is the number of the of the Partition) and press Enter.

     

  7. Now type :
    INACTIVE and press Enter