The USB memory device or USB hard disk is not recognized.?

① You may be using a USB storage device with a large power consumption current. (If power current above the allowable level flows in the USB device, a caution appears on the CDJ-2000/900's center display.) Use USB devices with a power consumption within the CDJ-2000/900's rating of 500 mA. Also, it's always better to use an HDD for which power can be supplied externally with and AC adapter, etc.
② The format is not supported on the CDJ-2000/900. Formats supported are: FAT16, FAT32 or HFS+.
③ The CDJ-2000/900 does not support the GUID partition map Mac OS standard format.
④ USB storage devices formatted with "Distinguish between capital/small letters" set for the Mac extension format may not be recognized.

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