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Hey Folks,

Is there any tips or tricks or requirements for a USB Key with photo's to get recognized by the TV? I've got an old school 1GB key that I put some photos on thinking it might be good just for some background to have a constant slidesohw of interesting photos, but despite getting a blinking power light on the USB key when I insert it, the TV does not recognize it when I go into that area. Can anyone lend some knowledge if TV's have certain requirements? The USB key was formatted in NTFS, I'm about to try FAT32 to see if that makes a diff, but yeah.

Working with a Panasonic Vierra tc-p54vt25
 

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Turns out i was drunk the first time around. Controller only has an SD Card button and I could swear the screen said usb or SD Card...but turns out it was only saying SD Card. Either way, I'd already put the USB Key back into FAT32 and it worked. Went out and picked up a larger USB key to hold more stuff. Should be pretty awesome.

Now to find some 1080p picture packages.
 
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