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I turned on my AZBox Premium tonight to watch some recorded programs.
To my surprise all the folders under File Manager were empty.
When I look at Storage in Setup, it doesn't show that a hard drive is connected.
What could have happened?
I tried powering down with the switch on the back and rebooting, but that didn't fix it.

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Occasionally my hard drive also disappears, either when I am looking for a recording or when I go to the  record menu.  So far (cross fingers), it has always returned when I reboot the receiver from the remote and not having to from the rear switch.

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I took the cover off the AZBox to look at the hard drive and found that the connector at the hard drive had somehow come partially off the connection.  Resetting it fixed the problem.
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