Hard Drive Tags: Hard Drives SATA World Of Warcraft Storage Last response: July 6, 2009 3:57 AM in Storage Share roostapoints July 3, 2009 5:42:29 PM I bought a Sata 1tb hard drive to replace the hard drive in my Chili Green 500Gb external, and now the comp can see and play all the movies but my TV does not anymore like my 500gb drive did? WOW!! More about : hard drive r_manic a b G Storage July 6, 2009 3:57:00 AM Huh? Are you saying you've got no problems connecting your new external hard disk (with the 1GB disk inside) to your computer, but it now no longer works with your TV? Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNeed help picking a new hard drive Forum SolvedCpu Upgrade Possible Problem With Hard Drive On Win XP Forum SolvedHow man GB should I get for my hard drive? Forum SolvedHard drive suddenly disappears after 7 years of working perfectly Forum SolvedBuying and installing a new Hard drive help Forum SolvedHow to automatically copy files to my ext. hard drive ?? Forum Solvedwhat is cloning a hard drive, and what does it involve? Forum SolvedStolen external hard drive Forum SolvedHard Drive Cloning Forum SolvedFound 1 bad sector on Internal hard drive; safe anymore to write data on this disk? Forum Solveddying hard drive help? Forum SolvedHard Drive Problems!!! Only SSD being recognized? Hard drive is in drisk manager though Forum SolvedReinstalling OS onto boot drive,what to do with extra hard drive. Forum SolvedUsing External hard drive to play movies through other devices... Forum Solveddoes copy and past hd videos and movies from hard drive to other or from folder to other reduce quality Forum SolvedSoftware to recover damaged Hard Drive? Forum Solvedalienware Aurora upgrade motherboard, cpu, memory, hard drive Forum SolvedNeed advice on Power Supply and Hard Drive. Forum SolvedNew Hard Drive Installation Question Forum SolvedNew Hard Drive Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !