Format the HDD in NTFS for media player Tags: Media Player Ntfs Hard Drives Format Networking Last response: May 3, 2011 7:48 PM in Networking Share Duncan1234 May 3, 2011 6:32:44 PM How do I format the external HD in NTFS so may media player can read it as the meadi player viewsonic can only read NTFS or EXT3 my hard drive is FAT 32 HELP PLEASE More about : format hdd ntfs media player | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove Kursun May 3, 2011 7:48:09 PM I assume your external hd is already formatted FAT32. Your media player should have no trouble reading it. But maximum file size with FAT32 format is about 4 gb. That will be a problem. To format your external hd NTFS, just click "my computer", select the drive then right click your mouse and select "format". | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Networking>Format the HDD in NTFS for media player> Related ressources: ForumMedia player usb 2.0 ports read ntfs formatted pen drives ForumConverting RAW HD Format to NTFS with out losing any data ForumWhy will my sumvision cyclone micro not work seagate 2tb ntfs external drive ForumFormat external usb ext3 drive to ntfs ? ForumMedia player for external hard drive plug into car ForumFormatted Drive from NTFS to FAT32, must recover data from NTFS system ForumCan't format 3-TB internal / secondary hard drive ForumHDD Media player Toshiba VS Iomega? ForumDVD players that play media files on CD-R ForumConnect media player to seagate goflex desk ForumC- Media AC97 Audio Device Error ForumRouter Setup Forum[Solved] Media Sharing vs Media apps ForumNetwork HDD on a different network than home ForumLAN media state media disconnected ForumEnterprise media converters for coax to ethernet and ethernet to coax ForumInstalling a 2Tb HDD on D-Link 655 Router ForumConnect blu ray player to stream movies ForumBelkin N1 Vision vs Virgin Media Super Hub ForumMedia disconnected ipconfig More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !