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Hope this helps.
- Make sure nothing is on "mute". Does not hurt to check.
- Reboot PC, or Controller, if using that.
- Force the codes to download again. This one is a tad bit tricky and the rest of the steps need to completed entirely before testing again.
- Find the .xml file. It is called "FilmIndex.xml"
- Backup this file in case you make a mistake.
- Open the file with notepad, windows tends to pick IE.
- Ctrl - F and search for the film you are looking for.
- Once you find it, delete everything for that movie.
The title will be between <Title> and </Title>. Above that, you will see <ID>###</ID> and above that <FilmIndex> Delete everything between this <FilmIndex> and up to and including the very next </FilmIndex> . If you do too much before or after, you can mess this file up or force the download of several movies. If the file is messes up, it could force the download of all movies, which is not something you want by accident.
- Save and then scan for new releases. It will think this movie is missing and re-download the codes.