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       How to play iso's
    kllngtme
    post Sep 4 2011, 11:37 AM
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    So I have a readynas that I stream everything from. The wdtv live plus reads every folder BUT the iso folder. I have iso's in a different folder than say, tv or movies... It doesn't even see the folder named iso's so I can't play them. I have tried to even move an iso to the movie folder, and it just doesnt even see the iso in the folder..

    Anything I should be doing differently? Most of the iso's were made a while ago with either dvd decrypter or dvdshrink...

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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    post Sep 4 2011, 01:33 PM
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    Forget it, I seemed to have figure out that the dlna server I have doesn't support iso's so I had to gett to it via network shares through the wdtv live.
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