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    Angry How to order files alphabetically in the BDF5500???

    I still haven't found a way to order my files in an USB device in alphabetical order. Is there any way to do it? Someone mentioned a software that would do it but it didn't work for me. I use an USB external HD and this software says it only works on Pendrive and SD cards.
    Every Tv or dvd or blu-ray player have an option to order your files alphabetically, so why doesn't Philips's?

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    My first guess is that your HD is formatted in a non-recognisable format. If you try a smaller USB stick, say 4GB or 8GB, will you experience the same issue?

    Some other players I’ve had, they show files in the order I moved then to external disc.

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    Hi,

    problem is, that the player shows the files in that way, how they are stored in the File Allocation Table of your HDD (what you copied first on your HDD is on the top of the ordering). Search the internet for "mp3dirsorter" - with this tool, you can "reorder" the files on your HDD.

    Toengel@Alex

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    MrBarton, I can give it a try with a USB stick but all my video files are quite big, like 8,6g. Either way all my media files are in the external HD which the mp3dirsorter software won't accept it.

    Toengel, I tried mp3dirsorter but I get an error message saying it only works on USB sticks and/or memory cards. I've tried with another external HD I have and I get the same message when I drag a folder to the mp3dirsorter window. Maybe it just doesn't work on external HDs.

    Thanks anyways to both of you.

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