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Unable to load subtitles from network location


Nicolás Esteban Procak

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Hi!!!

The thing goes like this.  I've shared a folder in a Win7 PC, the folder has one video and one sub srt file.

When i access from my LG 50uk6550 TV the video loads perfectly but the subs won't load.-

If I copy everything in a pendrive and plug it to the USB everything works wonderfull, but not from the network folder.

Is there any solution??

Thanks in advance!!

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