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EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE

Are you a movie buff? Addicted to your favorite TV series? DISH lets you fill your external hard drive with entire seasons of your favorite shows, movies, sports and children's entertainment!

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FREE DVR STORAGE

Once you add an external hard drive to your DVR, you have the ability to transfer recordings from one HD DVR receiver on your account to another, or you can store your favorite shows and movies on your external hard drive to free up your DVR storage space. This feature is free and makes upgrading your TV experience easy and affordable.

Compatible HD DVR receivers include ViP 612, 622, 722, 722k, 922, and Hopper.

ADD DVR SERVICE

An external hard drive can also be used to turn your HD Non-DVR receiver into an HD DVR. Once you purchase an external hard drive, call us at 800-333-DISH (800-333-3474) to activate your DVR service.

Compatible HD receivers include ViP 211, 211k, 211z or DISH 411.

One-time $40 DVR External Hard Drive - Enable fee applies.


DISH FEATURED EXTERNAL HARD DRIVE

Seagate 1 TB DVR Expander


Don’t lose your existing content when upgrading to a new receiver! This compact, easy-to-use 1 TB Seagate external hard drive is capable of holding 120 hours of HD programming, making it the perfect solution for your storage needs.

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OTHER COMPATIBLE EXTERNAL HARD DRIVES

While most major manufacturers' external hard drives are compatible, keep in mind the following guidelines when purchasing an external hard drive:

  • The external hard drive should be no smaller than 50 GB and no larger than 2 TB
  • The external hard drive must have its own power supply
  • The external hard drive must support USB 2.0
  • The external hard drive must not use flash memory and should only be a single-hard disk drive

Already have an external hard drive? Visit our Support section to learn more about how to set it up and get started!

How to Use Your External Hard Drive