Some video files won't play from Lacie Rikiki Tags: Hard Drives Video Lacie Storage Last response: October 21, 2011 3:20 PM in Storage Share Almonds October 21, 2011 3:10:33 PM I purchased a Lacie Rikiki 2.0 into which ill save video files i would copy/download. However, I am just wondering how come some movies I got play well when saved in said Lacie, while others won't play. These saved-in-Lacie-files, which won't play, play very well in my old iBook or thru my media player if saved in an ordinary USB stick. Pls. enlighten me. Thank you. More about : video files play lacie rikiki Pyree a b G Storage October 21, 2011 3:20:07 PM So they only play on your Window PC but not Mac PC or media player? I suspect it is due to both iBook Mac OS and media player cannot recognise the NTFS file system of your HDD. The USB stick is likely to be FAT32. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumLacie DT Hard Drive usb 2.0 500GB CP does not spin up ForumConstant Clicking In LaCie 1TB HDD ForumDownloaded flv files wont play in realplayer (black screen no sound) ForumCertain video files won't play in Media Player ForumDvds and video files wont play after Powerdvd Upgrade ForumGeForce 6600GT wont play video files ForumMedia Player 9 won't play the video part of .avi files , on.. ForumVideo editing system. HDD question ForumHELP! Video Won't Play , Only Audio! ForumeSATA HD randomly disconnects/disappears ForumWhy wont media player play sound for the video ForumProposed build for photoshop (still photos only) ForumMy computer is saying that there is a hard disk failure ForumRecover data from External Hard drive ForumRemove write protection from sandisk ForumPlease help me recover files from a crashed HDD ForumNeed help recovering files from a crashed hdd!!! ForumBlock Other Admins from a HDD ForumHard drive has files but showing no files ForumTrying to add files from old hard drive on my laptop with a new hd More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !