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    MyNet display issue

    I apologize if this is the wrong location for this. When I open MyNet and browse to my Win7 pc I find, and can play, most of the videos in My Videos folder. I recently added some new videos to the My Videos folder. These new additions are not being found when I open MyNet on my TF201.



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    IF they are not mp4 format it wiil not find them. If mp4 go to the settings and clear cache & data, force close, that may help. Also try a cold boot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by helpifIcan View Post
    IF they are not mp4 format it wiil not find them. If mp4 go to the settings and clear cache & data, force close, that may help. Also try a cold boot.
    Thx for the reply but these steps didn't work. I did find that so far it appears to only be new files. I can still access files that were there before but not anything new.

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    The format of the files might be the culprit. What is the file extension? ie: superdog.avi vs. superdog.mp4 for instance.

    You could try starting mynet, then press on the recent apps icon (two overlapping squares bottom right) - then long press on the image for mynet, two options should show up, one is remove from list, press on the other - App info. Next press on clear cache, then clear data, then Force stop. Turn your Transformer off and back on. Check to see if those files now appear. A lot of media apps scan your storage when you start the app. In the settings for mynet there is an option to "change shared folder"-is yours set to internal? Press on stacked lines top right in mynet display for its settings.

    You might be able to play any of those files via an app like MX Video player.

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    I appreciate all the help. Turns out it was a WMP issue. had to delete the dnla server database and let it rebuild. Found the instructions here: How to Fix a Corrupt Media Player | eHow.com
    Again, thx for the help.
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