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post #5431 of 5441 Old 11-26-2014, 02:58 PM
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But why would it only impact the SMP and not any computers or tablets?
Sorry I missed that part.

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BTW I got an email from WD today with some interesting deals on refurb equipment, including a $60 SMP (I think). I'm leery of refurb disk drives but I imagine a lot of SMP's get returned just because buyers can't figure out how to use them properly, not because of any manufacturing defect...

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Hello guys. I am searching for a media player that plays all(Blu-ray.iso, BDMV files). But i couldn't find what i want. I don't need an android os. What i need is smooth video play from my wd nas with hd audio bitstreaming. Also i read this player can play movies with 23,976fps. Is it true? Thank you.
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Hello guys. I am searching for a media player that plays all(Blu-ray.iso, BDMV files). But i couldn't find what i want. I don't need an android os. What i need is smooth video play from my wd nas with hd audio bitstreaming. Also i read this player can play movies with 23,976fps. Is it true? Thank you.
23000 fps might be a bit of a stretch, especially on a WiFi connection...

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23000 fps might be a bit of a stretch, especially on a WiFi connection...
I'm guessing OP is from overseas where the , denotes a .
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Yeah, that's a pretty high frame rate. I probably could not tell the difference between 23976 fps and 24000 fps.

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Yeah, that's a pretty high frame rate. I probably could not tell the difference between 23976 fps and 24000 fps.
I toyed with the idea of overclocking my 120hz TV but when they tried that on Rick & Morty the side effects were similar to a Vogon Destructor...

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That might actually be cool!
(not for you or anyone on Earth though)

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Got an issue. As I've stated a number of times in this thread and others I LIKE network shares. I just moved to Linux Mint 17.1 and no way can I get them to work. I have no issue seeing the files on any of my Windows computers but the WD units will not see my folders. It worked perfectly with Mint 16 and before, any suggestions?

I've looked both with Windows shares and Linux shares, the Linux screen just shows the spinning circle icon. Both shares are enabled in the Wd setting, I've cleared the log ons, rebooted any number of times and anything else I can think of. Frustrated.
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Well it took a while but got problem solved, Samba is a PITA. Got to say I love Mint, will never go back to windows, but this is one area that needs major work. If anyone is interested there is a very good video on you tube that simplifies the situation.

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