Originally Posted by kevinwoodward
yes I do...
so the older model had a file playing mechanism off your network???
This really should be discussed in the 93 thread, where you also asked the question, but to use the functionality, you must have firmware that's prior to the most recent public beta (so the most recent official release or older, but no further back than 6 months or so when it was first made available). That said, to use it, you rip a Bluray to ISO using a tool such as AnyDVD HD, copy the resulting ISO file to an external drive and hook the drive up to the USB or eSATA port on the Oppo. Then go into the Home page on the Oppo, locate your external drive, navigate to the ISO file, and select it to play. The BDP-93/95 never supported ISO's over the network because it isn't possible to do so via DLNA.
As SamuriHL says, the functionality has been removed from the most recent pulbic beta firmware (due to "friendly requests" from the movie studios) and will presumably never reappear in future firmware updates. In all honesty, if you haven't tried using it yet, you're probably better off forgetting about it because you'll need a firmware update sooner or later to play a movie that comes with the studio's latest "clever" tricks and will lose the ISO support as soon as you update the firmware, so you're better off not getting used to something that will eventually go away.