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Master Geek

Topic # 59861 13-Apr-2010 20:08
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Yesterday I downloaded the stimulus trailer to my xbox. Today I went on it and the options are: Zune videos, Portable device, and my laptop. I copied the videos to a USB drive (xbox said it didnt meet speed requirements) and when I click it it says "No videos". I downloaded the stimulus trailer again and I can play it. It's in recent downloads, but just not in the video source selection? 

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Master Geek

  Reply # 318031 13-Apr-2010 20:28
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I put in a Music CD and Hard drive popped back up in Music. Figured I'd try the same for videos, put in a DVD, nothing happened. The "Current Disk" option did not become clickable, but I could play the DVD from the home screen. Seems my video tab has become dead somehow :(

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