J Molyneux said that this did not work when trying to run films on his dvd player is this correct or did he have a dud stick?
asked by EileenE on 5 April 2014
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I haven't tryed it on a DVD player, but I can play media files from it on my phone no problem. My guess is that the files he was ysing weren't compatible with that player, but as I said, I'm not absalutely certain on that.
peter burns answered on 5 April 2014
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Worked for me, check to see if the file format is supported by the DVD player.
Jorge answered on 5 April 2014
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He has probably downloaded the films in MP4 format! Most DVD players wont recognise the file.
Phillip Littlejohn answered on 5 April 2014
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Downloaded music and video no issues on playback.
mr abdul shaikh answered on 7 April 2014
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I haven't tried dvds. Music and photo files have been fine.
R. Kyle answered on 5 April 2014
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Sorry have not tried it with films but it has worked flawlessly with standard files
Amazon Customer answered on 5 April 2014
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My 64GB stick was faulty and could not be read on any of the 4 systems I have access to (XP, Win 7 & 8 or Linux) the supplier refunded my money without quibble. If you cannot open it on any other machines then it is most likely to be faulty. If you can use it on a PC then it is most likely an incompatibility issue.
A P Moody answered on 6 April 2014
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Sounds like a dud stick to me. What type of DVD player was it?
If he's particularly tech savvy, you could ask him to try formatting the USB stick in Fat32 and try again?
Brewer answered on 6 April 2014
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I don't know what you mean! If a film is already on my hard drive on my pc, I simply drag it to my 64 GB USB on my pc and wait for it to load, after a few mts I insert my usb into my usb connecter on the tv and play away where you can play it at your leisure
Ray Ragan answered on 17 April 2014
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