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Driver update Hi, I have a hdd player 200GB - external multimedia hard drive - and can't read all the mp4 as the codecs/drivers are not up to date. How can I update them??? Thanks for your help, JP

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You may need to recode the video files on your main computer into a recognised format. This is mainly due to the CPU on the media processor being fairly slow.

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Have a nice day.

I hope ... this solves ur problem. :)

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