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oldman777
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Registered: ‎03-05-2012
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Re: Why the downgrade to 1.03.10 is not recommended?

Thank you for your answers.
I want to do a rollback for another reason.
This problem is described in detail here:
http://community.wdc.com/t5/WD-TV-Live-Streaming-Discussions/Intention-to-finalize-a-rear-USB-port-i...

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jasonwc
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Registered: ‎04-18-2012
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Re: Why the downgrade to 1.03.10 is not recommended?

The downgrade worked perfectly for me.

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hp9000
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Registered: ‎04-22-2012
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Re: Why the downgrade to 1.03.10 is not recommended?

Can you see your windows shares? I only have 2 options: samba and nfs. I used to have a Windows option with 1.07.15.

 

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TonyPh12345
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Registered: ‎01-11-2010
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Re: Why the downgrade to 1.03.10 is not recommended?


hp9000 wrote:

Can you see your windows shares? I only have 2 options: samba and nfs. I used to have a Windows option with 1.07.15.

 


Samba is the same thing as Windows Shares.   Just a different word they changed.

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hp9000
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Registered: ‎04-22-2012
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Re: Why the downgrade to 1.03.10 is not recommended?

I figured as much, but for some reason I had to take the WDtv out of the workgroup and make it join again before it could see the shares. Weird. Anyway, I'll see if the .vob stuttering continues and report back.

 

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hp9000
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Registered: ‎04-22-2012
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Re: Why the downgrade to 1.03.10 is not recommended?

I'm sad to report that the .vob stuttering is still happenning. To a lesser extent, but still there.

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Techflaws
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Registered: ‎02-22-2010
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Re: Why the downgrade to 1.03.10 is not recommended?

Also with ISO?

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hp9000
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Registered: ‎04-22-2012
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Re: Why the downgrade to 1.03.10 is not recommended?

I haven't tried an ISO, if I have time I'll do it tonight or tomorrow. But still, this shouldn't be happening. I have a router that kicks butt (asus rt-n56u) less than 15 feet away from the WDTV and the computer where I have my movies is connected to the router with a cable, at 1Gbps. It's definitely not a bandwith issue or the router being too far away.

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hp9000
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Registered: ‎04-22-2012
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Re: Why the downgrade to 1.03.10 is not recommended?

I can't see the shares anymore now. This is getting really irritating.

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