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Samsung UE467020 DLNA Using Media Server


Using the above TV and the the Samsung Share Manager All of the files I currently have play correctly.

However... I have just purchased a Seagate NAS 220 and downloaded the files to the server so I don't have to have my PC on whilst playing Media - Big Mistake!

Music is OK

Images display thumbs but when displaying full screen, the TV reports that the file is invalid.

Movies, WMV files play ok, whilst .MKV files are not displayed on the TV for playing at all!

I have spent several hours with Seagate and the result seems to be a problem with the TV (My PS3 correctly displays images - can't check .wmv as PS3 does not support the format)

TV Firmware: 3000.G (24/11/2009)
NAS Firmware: 2000.0551

Can anyone help with this?


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