DLNA Support

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    This is more of a question than an issue, so I apologise if this is in the wrong place.

    I just succeeded in setting up DLNA sharing between my computer and my Droid2. However, it only has access to the media that's stored on my CPU hard drive, not my external (but constantly attached) hard drive.

    All the media on my external is listed in my Windows Media Player 11, I just can't access it through the phone.

    Is this even possible?

    Thanks in advance
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    The fact that it is an external drive might be the problem. I might have to try this now that I have a droid X.

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