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BD-P1600 won't play the Hangover after firmware update

by ryperry13 / July 6, 2010 9:02 AM PDT

After updating by BD-P1600 player to firmware version 2.09, Im finding that it will not play the Hangover anymore. I can view the previews but it locks up while loading the menu. Ive had the player for less than a year and never had a problem with it until this upgrade. Is there any place that has copies of older firmware that I might be able to install since it was working fine previously?

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Same issue
by ihlecreations / July 6, 2010 10:55 AM PDT

I am having the same issue, multiple discs not playing, my home movies on DVD are now coasters anyone have a downgrade????

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by MelbourneChad / July 18, 2010 12:30 AM PDT
In reply to: Same issue

Last night after talking to the Samsung 'Help' chat person (who was no help). I figured out how to downgrade the firmware even though that was deemed to be impossible by Samsung.

First I with the unit on and no disc, I held down the FF for 5 seconds until teh language menu shows up. Then hit 1. Then I put a USB thumb drive with the 2.07 firmware in it in the player. (I got the firmware here ). It ran through the install process and then all the discs that the 2.09 firmware killed started working just fine. Hope this help others and prevents you from having to send your player in for a $150 service that appears to be unneeded. This was on a BD-P3600.

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No good
by ihlecreations / July 18, 2010 5:39 AM PDT
In reply to: Downgrade

I tried and nothing. Seriously Samsung what is the issue, fix this, you broke it now make it better!!!!

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Downgraded firmware
by donny71 / August 7, 2010 12:05 PM PDT
In reply to: The fix

The Hangover worked after I downgraded the firmware, but who knows what problems I'll run into next? Is there another update coming?

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