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    BDP7500SL/12 - NTFS support

    Hi,

    let me know how can I get support of NTFS in my BDP7500SL ?
    Thanks in advance

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    Correct me if I am wrong but this device (2009) does not support NTFS and only FAT...

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    Indeed, ridiculous! I've had contact with Philips about this. How is it possible, just to support only FAT.
    The Blu-ray cinemasystems would be awesome to have ntfs-support and some extra software build in for playing several media-formats. Now i have a stupid little extra box next to my system:XTREAMER (does a perfect job; but the homecinemasystem should take this job...)

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    Split MKV files in order to obey FAT restrictions

    As the bdp7500 only supports FAT (and no NTFS) and therefore file size is limited to 4 GB, I have difficulties to play large downloaded MKV blu ray files. I've already read about à possibility to split these files in smaller parts so they can be written on an external FAT hardware device, but so far I was not able to find a proper application or instruction to do so...

    Is there anybody who knows à free (I'm Dutch ) software tool and instruction to help me out?

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    only FAT and no NTFS?????

    What level of sadness! :-(

    regards

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    to my knowledge only models of/ before 2009 do not support NTFS
    and for bdp7500, some supports some dont supports - bdp7500s2 does support (correct me if i'm wrong)
    2010 and 2011 models are fine

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    Hi,

    yeah - only the old models do not support NTFS... (like other brands)

    From 7500S2 or B2 and newer NTFS support is integrated.

    So nothing to worry about it.

    Toengel@Alex

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