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    BDP 3200/12 -NTFS support???

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    will there come any upgrade to support NTFS DISCs ?
    A new player like this should have support for this - I see that model 2800 have this support.

    hoola

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    Hi,

    What do you mean with "NTFS discs"? DVDs? That wouldn't be possilbe. If you mean harddiscs - my 3200/12 is reading NTFS formatted USB Sticks.
    Have you tried it?

    Lars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flensrocker View Post
    Hi,

    What do you mean with "NTFS discs"? DVDs? That wouldn't be possilbe. If you mean harddiscs - my 3200/12 is reading NTFS formatted USB Sticks.
    Have you tried it?

    Lars.
    I meant HD ,yes. in the manual it states ONLY FAT 16 & 32 no support for NTFS...

    strange that it support NTFS usb -sticks ?

    hoola

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    Hi,

    maybe "NTFS works", but it is not actively "supported" by Philips...

    Toengel@Alex

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    Hi,

    Maybe there could be support for another (free) filesystem, which supports files >4GB? What about ext3/4 (haven't tried yet, maybe it works also)?
    But I can live with the status quo. The missing possibility of playing german HD-DVB-C recordings annoys me more... But that's part of another thread.

    Lars.

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    hoola, i think this works ... maybe you can have a try...i have sent you a PM on this
    Last edited by kwinnie; 10-24-2011 at 02:37 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwinnie View Post
    hoola, i think this works ... maybe you can have a try...i have sent you a PM on this
    I`ve got quick reply from customer support, here is the answer:

    - I am not aware of any plans to add support of the NTFS format; howver Philips does welcome feedback and suggestions and as such, I have passed your comments to the appropriate department for consideration.

    Kind Regards,

    Nick
    Philips Customer Care


    let`s hope it will !

    hoola

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    to my knowledge, this case is a bit different...
    for 2010 models, NTFS is not supported and for 2011 it should be supported.

    for BDP3200, there is mark I and mark II devices.
    MI comes from 2010 and MII comes from 2011.

    The serial numbers determines... I have a BDP3200 home(and i forgot if that s mark1 or mark2)... but I m afraid I can only test it tomorrow night...
    Last edited by kwinnie; 10-25-2011 at 01:32 AM.

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