Originally Posted by joshjoshlol
why is it that people who post in the most obnoxious fashion possible on this board also abuse the english language so much in the process? hint: don't bring attention to your poor usage of our language by childishly slapping bold tags all about. not surprisingly, it makes us want to ignore you even more.
OK. Seriously. I've heard enough of this bs on avs. I have to say something at the cost of going offtopic. The "you" are all the people i've heard this coming from, not just.. err... you.
You're on the INTERNET. It includes people outside your country (there are lots of them.. people and other countries) and not everyone has had the luxury of being able to learn english up to your standards. Some may even have to use googletranslate or something along those lines.
Deal with it.
It doesn't make what they have to say any less relevant or important.
You say this is an english language forum, great. I'm sure if WDTV and other manufacturers paid attention to the forums in their native language, they'd be posting on those forums in their native language.
If you want this to be your small-town america/canada/england start a bbs and talk all high and mighty with your big english words all night long. ath0
You *AT LEAST* got the jist of what they were saying or you're drooling on your computer right now and have bigger fish to fry (like not drooling and counting to 2). So you're telling us much more than we want to know about you.
Stop teabagging everything you say with your underlying xenophobia, control and undersized appendage issues.
That is all.
Now to try and not make this a complete waste, I think there may be a problem with drive recognition and in how the discs are ejected on WDTV power-off. At least under my configuration, but only since 1.02.06.
-Eagle Tech ET-CSMDSU2-BK 3.5 SATA to USB multitasking dual bay dual access enclosure
-disc1 Hitachi 1TB (0A38016)
-disc2 Hitachi 1TB (0A35155)
What I see:
-If I turn the enclosure on without WDTV being powered on then later turn the WDTV on, only disc1 is shown in folder view. Powering down WDTV (discs ejected) and turning back on does not work as it seems discs and structure are cached.
The enclosure must be powered down and up with WDTV on to see both discs and sometimes disc2 may still disappear when you goto homescreen and back to drives.
-After discs are ejected by WDTV powerdown and go back to WDTV some files and/or directories are missing. Other crazyness like all folders being listed but going into them gives a "folder is empty" error. And of course the above mentioned missing drives issue pops up on occasion.
I started encountering this issue with 1.02.06 but it is waaay worse with .07.
I'm going to keep my eyes on it (later when they're more soberer
) and report anything else I find. If anyone else has come across something similar, please let me/us know.