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Pioneer CDJ 2000 Appropriate support for high-capacity mobile hard disk exFAT or NTFS format

exFAT or NTFS format, Mac and PC to read and write no pressure 。CDJ 2000 When can support this format  

cdj2000 firmware Ver. 4.20 when download 

Download site: http://pioneerdj.com/support/

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2 reasons: license cost, not added during manufacturing.

Sorry, but the CDJ-2000 family will not have an update to support any other file format.

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@djjackl > No, not possible - and not necessary - FAT32 is a perfectly acceptable format and works on PC / Windows and all the CDJs.

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@Gavin > My mobile hard disk is the 1T large capacity you tell me how can be formatted to FAT32, I do not understand how there would be no need to exFAT or NTFS format

FAT32 maximum can not exceed 32G you can understand a lot of my files

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You can format a large external harddrive to FAT32. You could create multiple partitions all of a 32GB size or you could use a tool that will allow you to format the entire drive to FAT32 - one tool we usually recommend for such a job is SwissKnife.

There are plenty of threads on such a subject if you Google them

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Does this mean a CDJ 2000 could support an external 4TB hard drive with two 2TB Fat32 partitions?

Sean VanderMolen 0 票
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Yes and no - CDJs will only read the first partition on the drive.

Pulse 1 票
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hola a todos mi disco duro no lee es de 1 terabyte esta en formato FAT32 version de cdj 2000 4.33 mi musica esta en wav marca de disco duro wenster digital...alguien tiene una solucion al problema???

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This is still needed today. Pioneer gave osx users HFS which is their native disk format. Why are Windows 10 users (which came out 12 years ago) being forced to use a file system that came out with windows 98.

Please add NTFS and exfat support

 

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