Sony SMP-N100 USB media player

Sony SMP-N100 USB media player review: This media streamer offers with inbuilt Wi-Fi

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 229.00 (AUD)

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SMP-N100 usb Media player
it won't recognise Live Movie Maker
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I have one and am impressed with the quality of displaying HD videos.
I do have two problems though.
(1) I set it up on my wireless network, my main PC was a windows 7 when I originally set it up and I upgraded this to Windows 7 i5 with more hardware and RAM. The problem is I can't remove the old PC shadow address from showing when I access my new PC on Media player. It show I have two main PC's when I only have one.
How do I remove the old one? I shoouldn't have to reset and reload the network again.
(2) I recently went on holidays and made a video movie of that trip using Windows Live Movie Maker, The Media player won't recognise this extension for me to playe my home made movie on my network, why? it's part of Windows 7 Service Pack??? I can play it if I make a copy on disk and run it on my DVD player.




Seen it in real life... looks pretty good and interface is great !
cant play 7.1 sound and chanels to not have much variety
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Buying it this arvo

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