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Updating panasonic sa bt200 blu ray player

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It does seem like if the player couldn't read a newer Blu Ray do it being some different format, that there would be some sort of message to that affect on the screen, as opposed to the player display just saying No Read.

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I started to have a problem with my Panasonic DMP-BD60 Blu ray player, it states that some of my personal discs are incompatible and my latest Love rental has the same problem even though the disc is clean as a whistle I am on the latest firmware update for this model as this is the first thing I checked, I purchased a Blu Ray/DVD lens cleaner, run it still the same problem?

I will try the offending BD discs at work tomorrow to see if they play OK!Made sense to me, so I checked, and he has Version 1.0, and on the Panasonic site, they're up to 2.1 First of all, it does make sense that this might be the issue, but would he get more than the the display on the player saying 'No Read' if this was the case? Anyway...doesn't have internet, otherwise I would have tried to update it that way.So I went home and made an update disc, and followed the instructions here the letter. Went back, following the instructions on that page, I tried to update it.Nobody likes to hear this, but the reality is that consumer DVD and BD players are disposable and aren't designed to last.If you put them in a place where they have a lot of open air to cool, and I mean a lot like on a glass and metal stand with no back, sides or front, they live longer.It could be that his player is a few years old and it's just been heat damaged by now and needs to be replaced or he just got a lemon and the one he bought just didn't last even though he didn't hasten its death. Unlike DVD and BD blank discs, all CD-Rs are honestly pretty much the same so the brand you used shouldn't matter, but I suppose if you have a different brand you could try that or if you used CD-RW you could try CD-R or vice-versa. Even with my limited knowledge, I agree that the update could be a waste of time, but I guess I could bring it to my house and give it a try.That fact that it didn't update may mean that the player has a serious problem with its playback laser and you won't be able to fix that via a firmware update. It does seem like if the player couldn't read a newer Blu Ray do it being some different format, that there would be some sort of message to that affect on the screen, as opposed to the player display just saying No Read.While it is theoretically possible that he needs a firmware update to fix the disc issue, there are no guarantees that his problem is really firmware related or that an update will even fix it.I rent Blu Rays via Netflix and they sometimes arrive cracked.It re started, like it said it would, and then I got the message on the display showing the firmware was loading, and it was supposed to go to the "W***", meaning that it was writing, but it went from the "L***" to "E Disc" after maybe 10 seconds, and ejected the disc and shut down. I tried several times, and even made another disc, this time using Img Burn, just for fun....thing.Would anyone now why it wouldn't write the update, and does that mean if I brought it to my house, and tried updating it via the internet, that it would do the same thing or????

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