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Where can I get the superdisk from?
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Note that this makes the player region-free for DVD only. Blu-ray requires a hardware mod.

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I have a Synology NAS, which I play video files from on the Oppo. I'm not sure if my question is NAS/Media server related or Oppo related.

After I have deleted or moved folders on the NAS, they are still (some, not all) appearing in the networking folder tree view on the oppo. I can even go into the folder, but if I try to play the file (that isn't actually there) it says can't play unsupported file type.

So, wondering why the Oppo is not recognising file changes?? Any suggestions?

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I have a Synology NAS, which I play video files from on the Oppo. I'm not sure if my question is NAS/Media server related or Oppo related.

After I have deleted or moved folders on the NAS, they are still (some, not all) appearing in the networking folder tree view on the oppo. I can even go into the folder, but if I try to play the file (that isn't actually there) it says can't play unsupported file type.

So, wondering why the Oppo is not recognising file changes?? Any suggestions?

Michael
Try disconnecting the drive and erasing the Oppo's internal storage (is that what it's called?), then reconnecting.


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I have a Synology NAS, which I play video files from on the Oppo. I'm not sure if my question is NAS/Media server related or Oppo related.

After I have deleted or moved folders on the NAS, they are still (some, not all) appearing in the networking folder tree view on the oppo. I can even go into the folder, but if I try to play the file (that isn't actually there) it says can't play unsupported file type.

So, wondering why the Oppo is not recognising file changes?? Any suggestions?

Michael
This is using DLNA over the network, not a direct attachment USB attachment to the player, right?

Does restarting the player not fix the problem?

Else: there should be some sort of control interface to DLNA on the server, and some option for rebuilding or refreshing the set of files known to the server.

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