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       some ISO play in the same folder?
    post Nov 24 2011, 02:43 PM
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    I got my WD Live + last month and I love it.
    My neighbour gave me several ISO files, I put them on my Network share and they play just fine. I attempted to make ISO files using MagicISO/MagicDisc and they won't play. I can see all of the files in the folder, I can select the ISO that I created, I get the progress bar along the bottom of the screen but the movie file doesn't proceed.

    When I created the ISO file there were no configuration options.

    Are their different flavours of ISO?

    Thanks for your time
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    Have the latest version of AnyDVD running in the tray and use ImgBurn to create the ISO from the DVD. Also, check once if the ISO plays back fine from a directly attached USB drive.

    Another thing you can try is to use AnyDVD to rip the DVD as a plain VIDEO_TS folder, and see if you can play the VIDEO_TS.VOB file properly.
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