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    BUG:Leaving USB Hard Drive plugged in slows down Net TV

    I have an external hard drive plugged into side USB port to play movies and pictures. Unfortunately whilst the drive is plugged in this seriously degrades the internet performance especially U-Tube. As soon as the drive is unplugged performance returns to normal. This is really inconvenient - is this a known bug and is there a fix?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wykeham View Post
    I have an external hard drive plugged into side USB port to play movies and pictures. Unfortunately whilst the drive is plugged in this seriously degrades the internet performance especially U-Tube. As soon as the drive is unplugged performance returns to normal. This is really inconvenient - is this a known bug and is there a fix?
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    Please report TV type & software version, we will investigate it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips View Post
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    32PFL9705H/12 with software loaded from website yesterday 4th April

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