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       Music / MP3ís wonít play
    Chriso
    post May 25 2011, 03:29 PM
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    I have this problem where I can play a MP3 or two (sometimes).

    If I go watch a movie or do something else that changes or stops the music ďengineĒ from running (i.e. go onto Internet or even just do a check for firmware) then try and go back and select a MP3 to play the selection icon just appears and does not move on to play the actual MP3.

    Nothing I do from that point on will play any MP3 and I have to shut down and restart the unit. Itís kind of like there is some kind of handshaking not working correctly when the MP3 codec is called.

    There are no problems at all watching movies.

    MP3 play back is very hit or miss and incredibly annoying. Has anyone else had this kind of problem or can suggest a solution? Is this a known problem?

    BTW, Iím using the latest firmware but the problem existed with the previous two firmware revisions as well.
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