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HT-BD1250 - Possible to downgrade to 2.20?

Made the mistake of "upgrading" my firmware from 2.20 to 2.31 when I was having no issues. Since then, our Clone Wars Season 1 set "freezes" when it is loading the menu. Same happens on each disc, yet everything else works fine. At this point, we have already cut back on our Blu-ray purchases as a result. It would be a gross understatement to say my wife is displeased with me for this. Is there any way at all to get 2.20 back?

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HT-BD1250 - Possible to downgrade to 2.20?

HtomSirveaux,

I'm sorry to hear that you're having this issue.

Unfortunately, I don't have a copy of 2.20. I'll be happy to send this up to the appropriate department.

--HDTech

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Please do. I have just had the issue happen with Cop Out as well. freezes when done with previews and loading the main menu (the logo is a disc with a spinning red line). There goes a waste of a rental. Since they were both Warner Brothers title, I suspect this will happen with any recent Warner Brothers title (Dark Knight appears okay, but that one's older). This has now made the player even more worthless.

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