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Kenwood USB N/A Device HELP?

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Hello Friends i have a huge problem with my CD Kenwood KDC-3057UR i put my stick USB and written me NA Device. if someone had such a problem and it allowed please share Thanks !

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Perhaps it doesn't support the type of music file you are using? Or it can't find the directory they are stored in?

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My bet is that it needs a Low Level format, but there we go.

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hi! 

  1. In the Start menu, type cmd, and then click the entry for the cmd program.
  2. At the command prompt, enter diskpart (you might have to approve this operation as an administrator). The prompt line should now display "DISKPART".
  3. Enter list disk.
  4. Enter select disk X, where X is the number of your selected disk.
  5. Enter clean.
  6. Enter create partition primary.
  7. Enter select partition 1.
  8. Enter active.
  9. Enter format fs=fat32.
  10. Enter assign.
  11. Enter exit.

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On 6/27/2018 at 10:14 AM, stathis said:

The same problem I have. Can you help me ?

  1. In the Start menu, type cmd, and then click the entry for the cmd program.
  2. At the command prompt, enter diskpart (you might have to approve this operation as an administrator). The prompt line should now display "DISKPART".
  3. Enter list disk.
  4. Enter select disk X, where X is the number of your selected disk.
  5. Enter clean.
  6. Enter create partition primary.
  7. Enter select partition 1.
  8. Enter active.
  9. Enter format fs=fat32.
  10. Enter assign.
  11. Enter exit.

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On 9/3/2018 at 3:15 PM, soheil said:

hi! 

  1. In the Start menu, type cmd, and then click the entry for the cmd program.
  2. At the command prompt, enter diskpart (you might have to approve this operation as an administrator). The prompt line should now display "DISKPART".
  3. Enter list disk.
  4. Enter select disk X, where X is the number of your selected disk.
  5. Enter clean.
  6. Enter create partition primary.
  7. Enter select partition 1.
  8. Enter active.
  9. Enter format fs=fat32.
  10. Enter assign.
  11. Enter exit.

So basically a low level format. Thought so.... but anyway.

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I know this is an old forum, but I kept having the cmd diskpart fail after every attempt (took hours). I finally was able to fix my usb drive so that it could work by downloading https://www.disk-partition.com/download-home.html and following this guide I found https://www.disk-partition.com/diskpart/vitual-disk-service-error-the-volume-size-is-too-big.html . Apparently Windows can't do jack to the drive if it exceeds 32 gb. Hope it helps someone!

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