10-26-2008 05:56 PM
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11-15-2008 01:11 AM
double check with samsung website to see if they have any new firmware upgrades for your model. firmware upgrades is like upgrading the protecting in your antivirus program. Sometimes old firmware can not support new movies (that happened to me before with my samsung bluray player, it either didn't play or took a long time to load the disc. i followed the instructions to upgrade the firmware and it got a lot better afterwards.)
11-17-2008 12:05 PM
There are usually a couple of different options available for when you have to update firmware, but keep in mind that your choices may be limited based upon the specific model blu-ray player that you own. In most cases firmware can be updated one of two ways: using a direct PC connection or USB flash drive.
Because not all Blu-ray players are equipped with USB flash drives, you ultimately may need to run a cable beetween the player and your computer/modem. Like hockeycanuckjc mentioned, the exact details on how to do so should be available in your owner's manual. If you're ever in doubt though, remember that you can always visit Samsung's support site for further information:
Hope this helps you out!
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11-23-2008 07:26 PM