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    Dear Philips Support,

    I own a 46PFL8007K model, and I used to watch movies and other multimedia files from an external hard-drive, connected via USB. Now we just bought a new router with a lots of functionality, so I connected this hard drive to it, and set-up a DNLA center on it. My TV sees it, all the folders and files, but it can only play the ones smaller than 1GB. For the others, after a couple seconds of normal buffering, I get an error message, sound something like "unavailable target" if I try to translate it to english. If I connect this device again via USB, the TV is able to play all the files of course, so it can't be the problem. Anyway, the TV is connected via ethernet-cabel to the router, but I also tried it using just wi-fi and I got the same results.

    I found some topics with the same problem from 2012, but I couldn't find any solutions for this, so I'd be very thankful if you could help me.

    Best wishes,
    Zero

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero View Post
    Dear Philips Support,

    I own a 46PFL8007K model, and I used to watch movies and other multimedia files from an external hard-drive, connected via USB. Now we just bought a new router with a lots of functionality, so I connected this hard drive to it, and set-up a DNLA center on it. My TV sees it, all the folders and files, but it can only play the ones smaller than 1GB. For the others, after a couple seconds of normal buffering, I get an error message, sound something like "unavailable target" if I try to translate it to english. If I connect this device again via USB, the TV is able to play all the files of course, so it can't be the problem. Anyway, the TV is connected via ethernet-cabel to the router, but I also tried it using just wi-fi and I got the same results.

    I found some topics with the same problem from 2012, but I couldn't find any solutions for this, so I'd be very thankful if you could help me.

    Best wishes,
    Zero

    Hi Zero.

    Sounds like it could be an issue with the media server or the media server settings in this case.

    Which media server do you have installed on the hard drive?
    Try to give Twonky a go, as this is a server that is supported on this model.

    Best regards,
    Ina
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