upgrade humax 9200 hard disk

landwomble

Novice Member
can someone who's done this post info of which drive they upgraded their humax with? seen a lot of stuff on the internet hinting at potential issues due to power up speeds etc.

also, if anyone's got a guide to xferring old content to new it'd be appreciated.
 

nvingo

Well-known Member
can someone who's done this post info of which drive they upgraded their humax with? seen a lot of stuff on the internet hinting at potential issues due to power up speeds etc.

also, if anyone's got a guide to xferring old content to new it'd be appreciated.
You could do worse than joining the dedicated Humax forums, that has been discussed at length on there.
 

landwomble

Novice Member
You could do worse than joining the dedicated Humax forums, that has been discussed at length on there.
had a look there, there's a couple of threads but nothing particularly conclusive that i could see. ideally i'd like a "i used a seagate 320GB drive and it's great" type of thread and all i could find were discussions that were a bit inconclusive. i'll join anyway and post though, ta.
 

duncanbudd

Active Member
can someone who's done this post info of which drive they upgraded their humax with? seen a lot of stuff on the internet hinting at potential issues due to power up speeds etc.

also, if anyone's got a guide to xferring old content to new it'd be appreciated.
You could buy a kit from a company that specialises in this sort of thing. Then if the disk is not suitable you could probably return it to them as it would not be fit for purpose. Top Google return was xtendedplay.co.uk (http://www.xtendedplay.co.uk/humax-drive-upgrades-ct-3_18.html). I have not bought from this company and am not affiliated with them (though I am tempted by the 500GB upgrade ... Baseball on Five recordings run to 7GB each, i.e. 14GB per week!).

Duncan
 

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