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Hi, Quite suddenly, my WD TV Media Player cannot play the audio files and video files it used to. I have a WD 250 HDD, HDMI cable to a Panasonic Viera. However, I can still navigate the manu and the player plays photos quite OK. Any idea ?

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You probably clicked on a mkv file and I have done this also and them nothing works. Go to system settings and travel down below to factory reset and it will work until you get into a compression setting that isn't in the bata SW. Need new sw for this and should be soon. Hulu plus says so anyway.

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Step 4: Click "Settings" button to adjust video and audio parameters
The user manual tells us that when playback .avi (Xvid) video files, WD TV Mini supports up to 720*576 30fps or 720*480 30fps, so we need to follow the manual while ripping a DVD.

Step 5: Click "Convert" button to start DVD ripping
Once finished, you can get the generated files for WD TV Mini via clicking on "Open" button with ease. Afterwards, just copy the output files to My Passport portable hard drive or other USB drive, and then connect WD TV Mini to your TV, plug your USB drive into the player and you are ready to enjoy the movies ripped from your commercial DVDs.

For more: http://www.pavtube.com/dvd_ripper

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