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I do not know if you guys can get this website there but free movies from Sony but if you got a VPN you can.

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Sorry, I do not see an option to edit. I forgot the website (too many beers). Crackle.com.

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Beers at 9am gino? B)

Thanks for that I'll check it out.

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Beers at 9am gino? B)

Thanks for that I'll check it out.

Er.........after golf tonight, 9 PM here in Utah. Urrrrrrp!

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Oh, ok.... sorry about that, thought you were back at Phayao. ;)

No luck with the site, got:

We're sorry, this content is not available for your region.

Will look again tonight.

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Oh, ok.... sorry about that, thought you were back at Phayao. ;)

No luck with the site, got:

We're sorry, this content is not available for your region.

Will look again tonight.

Figures, Hundreds of movies. Better than Netflix because free.

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Crackle.com

Not available in Thailand

Try www.blinkx.com/ but you can only watch about 75 minutes at one time.

Talking about movies last week I bought one of these

You are not allowed to use that image extension on this board.

(sorry about the lack of image but after try to up load 7 different pictures I got fed up)

It is a Samsung External hard drive 1TB and I downloaded over 150 movies from my nephew.

Cost was 2,350 baht.

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One Terabyte eh?

They're getting bigger and bigger and cheaper and cheaper.

Nice piece of kit. :)

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Yes, the 150 movies plus a few TV series only took uo a small fraction of the whole thing.

Now I need a media player to be able to play the movies on the T.V

There was a 1 TB hard drive with media player combined available but a friend advised against buying it as they can be a lot of trouble.

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You don't have a USB port on your DVD player?

Yes, I do and it may play movies from a thumb drive but it won't work with the bigger hard drive.

That was my idea in the first place, load a pile of movies onto the hard drive and play them on the TV which also has a USB port.

I don't like watching movies on a computer, I like to be comfortable on my sofa.

I also thought that I could share movies with people who also had movies on a hard disk

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When I bought my new desktop system I included a 22" LED monitor.

I now sit back with my headphones on watching my movies etc, totally oblivious to the sound of flying wizards and Chinese medieval warfare on the main TV.

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I bought a A.C. Ryan Hard Drive player from INVADEIT and it plays everything I tried and you can hook it wireless to your computer, Good piece of gear. DVD players are a thing of the past you can get 3TB of hard drive and hold over 4,000 regular movies on it or about 1,000 Blu Ray movies. You can also watch utube or view your photos on it. I've had it for a while and as I remember it cost 4 or 5 K Baht.

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You don't have a USB port on your DVD player?

Yes, I do and it may play movies from a thumb drive but it won't work with the bigger hard drive.

That was my idea in the first place, load a pile of movies onto the hard drive and play them on the TV which also has a USB port.

I don't like watching movies on a computer, I like to be comfortable on my sofa.

I also thought that I could share movies with people who also had movies on a hard disk

Plug the computer into the TV if the TV has got a VGA slot, it then becomes your computer's monitor :) perfect for movies!

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