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Topic # 146806 29-May-2014 15:48
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I have a QNAP TS-212 and a WDTV Live media extender, connected via a wired network through a Thomson Speedtouch 580.

Photos of certain shapes (eg 4:3) on TV were shown in low resolution; and later other picture ratios also rendered in low resolution.

Recently, a further fault: music files are played for a few seconds then re-started from the beginning, and not played right to the end.

Video is ok at the moment (but watch this space...?)

I seek an Auckland IT technician for hire, who has good previous experience in these things. Not a geek myself wink, so if you know for sure how to fix this I will value your advice, copy it for future use, but will be unlikely to try using it myself.   ... thanks


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  Reply # 1056036 29-May-2014 15:51
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If you are on the North Shore i might have a look, Could be simple bandwidth issue or something else.




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  Reply # 1056042 29-May-2014 16:03
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Hello,

Where are you located?

I am in South Auckland (The Gardens/Manukau Heights) 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1056056 29-May-2014 16:20
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Hi

I'm in Pt Chevalier
Do you have experience with the equipment I am using?
If yes, please give me a call on 09

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  Reply # 1056057 29-May-2014 16:22
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eeyore: Hi

I'm in Pt Chevalier
Do you have experience with the equipment I am using?
If yes, please give me a call on 09 xxx xxxx


Not a good idea to post your number publicly.
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I can give a hand, PM me and see if i can assist. Got a fair idea with that setup.

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