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I have a similar question. I have my BDV-N790W connected to my local network. I am able to play videos, music and plictures located on my server using the remote control supplied with the BDV reader by selecting the icon of the DLNA server. I want videos for the BDV player using media players ' play to ' functtion. I have properly configured media player. When I select play play the BDV is in the drop-down list. I select it. Media Player has attempted to connect but time out with the message "device is not responding. What should I do?

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