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  1. Just a question, Has anyone ever used a blueray player ethernet port to play video from home network storage? I am thinking about buying a blueray player if this can be done, right now I have a Haupage MediaMVP and a Sony dvd player it would be nice to replace both with a single player that can also play video from a home network. I have been trying to find more info on the internet about this with out any luck, anyone have info about this?
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    until recently i would have said it is impossible. however recently there was a release to do this kind of thing "Ray in Blu" checkout www.rayinblu.com it is still in beta. i have a disc and it is working for me. it is a blu-ray disc you place in your player it then loads and lets you play files from on your pc. i still prefer my xbox/xbox 360 for doing this but it is nice and still early i am hoping they keep up work on it.
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    Not Latest Video News. Moving to DVD & Blu-ray Players.
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  4. I have been trying to create user account at www.rayinblu.com and since november, is the site still active? I checked my spam folder also, never could get a response from ray in blue
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    took about a month after my reg but now have the disc.
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  6. I have not been able to get my password yet in order to login, how long did it take to get your password?, I need to be able to log in to register my type of player. I also sent message to their contact tab.
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    are you using free email like hotmail/gmail or one from your ISP? i had to use my ISP's email. others did not work nothing even in my spam/junk folders.
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    Is the disc BD Player-specific, or can it work on any BD Player model that is BD-Live capable?
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  9. My isp is bellsouth.net had it for 10 years
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  10. I have an LG BD390 and it works excellent. LG even provides the software to set the whole thing up. Wireless seems to be usless for HD but wired works excellent with 1080 material.
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    Many players won't work. It is after all a Beta. The Insignia NS-BRDVD3-CA I was looking to purchase isn't on the list, nor is my router, the D-Link WBR-2310. I may have to wait or look elsewhere....
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