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    Philips BDP7600/12 NTFS support?

    Hello

    Im considering buying this player, and i have looked around on different sites. Some is saying that it does support external HD in NTFS format, and some says it doesnt. Can somebody please confirm if it support NTFS format, since this is very important for me.

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    I have tried with two different usb flash drive (4Gb and 8Gb) in NTFS and it works fine for me

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    Hi,

    I think there are differences in the NTFS versions. Which NTFS version did you use?

    Toengel@Alex

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    That sounds me new. After windows 2000 the NTFS version has not changed.

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    Thank you for the answers, i just wondered because i read this on trustedreviews "The USB port will also support external HDDs using the FAT16 or FAT32 file system" they did not mention anything about NTFS

    http://www.trustedreviews.com/philip...-Player_review

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