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  1. Member
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    Hello

    The USB stick in question will work on PC and Laptop, when conecting to Blu-ray Player (LGBD650) it's not recognising the stick.

    The player will play other sticks. Is there a software i can add to stick, then add files and try it that way?

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    Some Blue-ray players dont recognize NTFS as file system.. Format the USB using the FAT32 FS or better yet ExFat FS..
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    NTFS is not the problem. The LG BD650 can use both NTFS formatted drives and FAT32 formatted drives.

    You could try saving the files on the USB stick to your PC, reformatting the drive, and then copying the files back to the USB drive.
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    A lot of USB drives have an autorunned hidden partition (housing backup & encryption software) in addition to the user-data partition. It could be that a simple hardware player is built to only see the 1st (in its mind = ONLY) partition, thus ignoring the subsequent U.D. partition.

    Scott
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