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    BluRay Question

    I bought a BluRay player about a year ago, I got the movie Boondock Saints for Christmas and for some reason when the Menu comes up to play the Theartical Version or Unrated Version it get stuck in a loop and won't actually play the movie. I took it back and got a new verison and have the same problem. Has anyone ran into this problem with BluRays before and might have a suggestions on how to get around it. I have never had any issues with this player and still don't it plays other BluRays and DVD just fine.



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    Re: BluRay Question

    I had this on my blu-ray player. I went to the support site for my player and discovered there was an updated version of the firmware available. I followed the instructions and updated my player, and everything works fine now.

    I think the way they encode newer blu-rays has changed somehow, and you need to have updated firmware to read it.



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    Re: BluRay Question

    Go to Blu-ray.com - Blu-ray Movies, Players, News, Reviews, Blu-ray DVD, Blue-ray, BD and search the forums. It's one of the best places to find out info on blu-ray discs and players.


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    Re: BluRay Question

    Quote Originally Posted by benjay View Post
    I had this on my blu-ray player. I went to the support site for my player and discovered there was an updated version of the firmware available. I followed the instructions and updated my player, and everything works fine now.

    I think the way they encode newer blu-rays has changed somehow, and you need to have updated firmware to read it.
    That's the first thing that I had to do when I bought a new Blu-Ray player last week. Even though it was new, there already was updated firmware that had to be installed.



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    Re: BluRay Question

    Quote Originally Posted by benjay View Post
    I had this on my blu-ray player. I went to the support site for my player and discovered there was an updated version of the firmware available. I followed the instructions and updated my player, and everything works fine now.
    read it.
    How did you update the firmware? Removable media? Wireless connection?


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    Re: BluRay Question

    Quote Originally Posted by BigBake View Post
    How did you update the firmware? Removable media? Wireless connection?
    I don't know how benjay updated his, but I went to the manufacturer's website and downloaded the update onto a CD. Took that and put it into the Blu-Ray player and followed the on-screen instructions. Worked slick.


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    Re: BluRay Question

    The firmware worked, thx for the feedback. I was angry for 2 days now, happy again, I got to see my movie. Thanks again...



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    Re: BluRay Question

    Quote Originally Posted by BigBake View Post
    How did you update the firmware? Removable media? Wireless connection?
    I burned it onto a cd. When you put the cd in the player, it mostly takes care of itself. Note: Make sure it's a cd! I burned it onto a dvd first and it did not work!

    You can probably do it directly over the internet if your player has an ethernet port or a wireless adapter.



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    Re: BluRay Question

    This is one big advantage for the PS3, auto updates.



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    True. I have a ps3 also. I like my standalone blu-ray player though - it works with my universal remote.



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