Help!Phillips 5992. How to arranged the folders

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had DVD player Phillips 5992/37 and external hard drive where I download a lot movie and movie shows.
I created 105 main folders (on current time) on the external hard drive where I store downloaded single movies and movie serials. In the some main folders movie serials stored in subfolders and single movies are stored like single file, some main folders contained only movie serials
As like single files

Some main folders that hold up solid serials I named by the name of serials, some main folders that contained mix of subfolders and single movies was named by the date, when main folders were created, for example: 03_21_09_01.
On the current time I have 14 main folders that named by the date like:

03_21_09_01
03_30_09_02
04_10_09_03
04_25_09_04
04_28_09_05
04_30_09_06

05_02_09_07
05_04_09_08
05_16_09_09
05_30_09_10
06_07_09_11
06_13_09_12
06_20_09_13
06_26_09_14

14 main folders have different size 23G, 18G, 8G, etc.
When an external hard drive connected to PC, all folders are arranged in right order.
If they are arranged by name then the first in order are folders named by the date,
than alphabetically are folders named by name of movie, If they are arranged
by group first going numeric named by the date than other in alphabetical order.

When I connected the external hard drive to the USB port of 5992/37 I saw on the TV
the main folders listing on the 5992/37 is pretty clunky and strange (compared to what PC
users are accustomed to).

5992/37 assigned ordinal numbers to the all 105 main folders but assigned very chaotic
the folder’s tree was broken, some folders named by date are located in the beginning, some folders by date are located in the end and some folders named by date are located in the middle of broken folder tree.

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And what that is very strange.
5992/37 assigned ordinal numbers to the all 105 main folders, but assigned in right order for
main folders from ……_01 trough _07 than, main folders ¬¬_08, _09, _11, _13 assigned not ordinal numbers. What mean, to main folders from ……_01 trough _07 were assigned ordinal numbers from 25 troughs 32(……_01 trough _07) but main folders ¬¬_08, _09, _11, _13
were assigned ordinal numbers 15 for_08, 41 for _09, 17 for _11, 37 for _11.
When I switched _07 to _08 ( 05_02_09_07 became 05_02_09_08) main folders also
Switched location and ordinal numbers (main folders 05_02_09 moved to ordinal number
15 from ordinal number 32.
Are very nice it is to have stuff arranged in alphabetical order until you have to scroll through a seemingly random-ordered list of folder names to find the one you want. It doesn’t affect the playing of videos; it only affects the order in which folder names and file names are listed on screen.
But If Phillips 5992 software arranged the folders in some manner (not like PC) but arranged
anyway then maybe somebody can give me recommendation of how arrange folders that will be easy finding some as on PC as on Phillips 5992

Any suggestions?
Thanks in advance :bow:

03_21_09_01
03_30_09_02
04_10_09_03
04_25_09_04
04_28_09_05
04_30_09_06

05_02_09_07
05_04_09_08
05_16_09_09
05_30_09_10
06_07_09_11
06_13_09_12
06_20_09_13
06_26_09_14

You have the above, I would do it this way.

001 03_21-09
002 03_30_09
003 04_10_09 & so on, in the order I want.

[QUOTE=beef barley;2310237]You have the above, I would do it this way.

001 03_21-09
002 03_30_09
003 04_10_09 & so on, in the order I want.[/QUOTE]

Thank you so mach, but does not works. One more folder going out
from order :001 03_21-09.

Please show me the order it appears in & also the order you want it to appear in, because this works, I use it.

OK here is what I did. The 5992 seems to arrange files and folders based on the time you added them to your hard drive. So I created another sub on the hard drive and moved all files or movies or subs to that NEW sub. Then I MOVED them back to original sub. Voila all files are now arranged alphabetically by name.:cool: Cool huh No extra space needed because you are moving files not copying them.