Updating sony blue ray firmware
The Play Station 3 system software is the updatable firmware and operating system of the Play Station 3.The process of updating is almost identical to that of the Play Station Portable, Play Station Vita, and Play Station 4.after the update, tron played without any problems.i've not watched any of my ripped dvd's in some time (dvd's not blu ray discs) and was playing around with that tonight and player all of a sudden reads "cannot play disc".do the newer blu ray players have media compatibility problems?i was down to 2 blank ridata discs so just placed an order for some taiyo yuden discs. in the meantime, i have quite a few ripped movies on ridata discs that can't be played and i don't understand why. i tried a few movies again, some of the same ones i tried previously, and now the darn things load and play ok.is there any chance a firmware update would actually remove compatibility with some media, media that had worked previously?
I'm not at all convinced your burns are as good as you seem to think. Just because one player is okay with a disc doesn't necessarily mean it's going to play in another set-top player. 6) If none of the above resolve the problem, then maybe the BDP-S300 is indeed dying. i use dvd shrink and burn directly to Nero from shrink.
i'll search for documentation on Img Burn and get a little more familiar with that.
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That doesn't explain why your TYs aren't being recognized though. I have from time to time burned discs that apparently burned successfully, yet failed verification.
Those discs will usually play correctly (all the way through) on my Sony BDP-S360 (I have two of them), but will only rarely play on a couple older players, a Sanyo and a Sylvania combo player.