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  Reply # 957780 27-Dec-2013 07:07 Send private message

I'm sure it is there somewhere in the pages I have read on this thread but I can't see it so my question is. How can I get Xbox One to see and view the content of WB My Book Live.?I could do it so easily on my PS3 that recently died and I figure this new machine could do the same but I might be sadly mistaken.

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  Reply # 957782 27-Dec-2013 07:18 Send private message

Xbox one can't access external drives yet. It's coming in an update.

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  Reply # 957785 27-Dec-2013 07:35 Send private message

stocksp: Xbox one can't access external drives yet. It's coming in an update.


Thanks, I can live with that.



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  Reply # 1149242 7-Oct-2014 16:02 Send private message

Finally something I can use my Xbox One for to stop it gathering dust: 

http://www.engadget.com/page/2/

Plex wil update their software to allow people to play video on their X1.

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  Reply # 1149249 7-Oct-2014 16:22 Send private message

Use this link....  the above one goes to page 2 of the site and the story could be gone ;)

Ive only got 2 games for our Xbox, Lego Movie and Kinect Rivals - keen on getting Forza Horizon 2 after playing the demo (10GB!).





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  Reply # 1149252 7-Oct-2014 16:24 Send private message

xpd: Use this link....  the above one goes to page 2 of the site and the story could be gone ;)

Ive only got 2 games for our Xbox, Lego Movie and Kinect Rivals - keen on getting Forza Horizon 2 after playing the demo (10GB!).



I bought Horizons 2 but have yet to play it, as Shadows of Mordor for PC came out the day before and I can't stop playing it. 

I have about 5 games for the X1 but not one of them has been good enough to take me away from whatever I am playing on the ps4 or PC.  Unfortunate really. 




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  Reply # 1149620 8-Oct-2014 00:44 Send private message

Well I played Horizon 2 tonight. Sadly whilst most of my impressions are good, the game seems beyond the hardware with multiple times FPS rates dropped to shuddering and jerkiness. Ruins the enjoyment somewhat.



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  Reply # 1149649 8-Oct-2014 08:06 Send private message

That's news. Horizon 2 is solid 30fps throughput the entire game.




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  Reply # 1149653 8-Oct-2014 08:25 Send private message

I've not seen any FPS drops in FH2 either.




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  Reply # 1149659 8-Oct-2014 08:40 Send private message

networkn: Well I played Horizon 2 tonight. Sadly whilst most of my impressions are good, the game seems beyond the hardware with multiple times FPS rates dropped to shuddering and jerkiness. Ruins the enjoyment somewhat.




After reading the other responses, you sure you dont have anything installed that could be causing the slow down ? Given the Xbox a full restart lately ? (not just "powered" off.)





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  Reply # 1149772 8-Oct-2014 11:22 Send private message

xpd:
networkn: Well I played Horizon 2 tonight. Sadly whilst most of my impressions are good, the game seems beyond the hardware with multiple times FPS rates dropped to shuddering and jerkiness. Ruins the enjoyment somewhat.




After reading the other responses, you sure you dont have anything installed that could be causing the slow down ? Given the Xbox a full restart lately ? (not just "powered" off.)



Not really sure what you could install, that could interfere like that, one would hope that processes are in place to prevent it. 

Xbox gets shut down when not in use and it gets so little use, it's not likely related to that. 

The worst of it happens during cut scenes and right before a race where they do a preview of the area before racing begins. 


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  Reply # 1149774 8-Oct-2014 11:25 Send private message

Well, all those fun features they give you for in game experiences, take up CPU/RAM somewhere along the line ;)
How do you shut down tho ? Just a shutdown form the home screen or a full power off ? I found you have to hold in the power button on the console for approx 10s to do a proper power off and restart.





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  Reply # 1149775 8-Oct-2014 11:27 Send private message

How are folks finding the voice commands, "Xbox On" works about one in every 1000 attempts for me. Once the machine is running the commands are about 60% successful




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  Reply # 1149776 8-Oct-2014 11:28 Send private message

xpd: Well, all those fun features they give you for in game experiences, take up CPU/RAM somewhere along the line ;)
How do you shut down tho ? Just a shutdown form the home screen or a full power off ? I found you have to hold in the power button on the console for approx 10s to do a proper power off and restart.



I usually do it from the menu that pops up when you hold the xbox button. 

I don't use any of those other functions, I game for xbox exclusive titles on it, everything else is done better on other devices.

I'll try a hard shutdown, maybe my xbox is faulty.




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  Reply # 1149785 8-Oct-2014 11:28 Send private message

KiwiNZ: How are folks finding the voice commands, "Xbox On" works about one in every 1000 attempts for me. Once the machine is running the commands are about 60% successful


This is something I'd have to say I've been pretty impressed with. I'd say hit rate on voice commands is <90%

Anna is FH2 is useful because pressing another button to activate GPS is dangerous at 250 Kmph, 

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