Watched 4 Christmases on Wed without a hitch. Sure, every movie we watch on this thing has some kind of skippage, but we've gotten used to it.
Last night, I try to play Star Trek (Blu Ray), "This disc cannot be read." OK, must be a bad disc, so I put in District 9 (Blu Ray). Same thing.
I upgrade to 2.05 and try again, no dice. My wife thinks it's the player, so I try an old Blu Ray that worked...no dice. Nothing. Tried reset, tried power cycle (left it unplugged all night)...nothing.
I bought it around June/July of 09, so it's hardly used. I call 800 Samsung and get treated like donkey doo...they wanted me to pay for labor because I can't find my receipt. They said their records show it was purchased in March, which I think is close enough, but I tell them that was impossible because I was in Afghanistan at the time.
They say that they only offer 3 months labor anyway, and I'd have to pay to get it fixed!? Are you kidding me?
I complained, talked to a supervisor, who told me they couldn't do anything because the computer wouldn't let them. So now I have a $200 brick, is this a joke?
Every electronic device in my house is Samsung, in fact I just bought a widescreen monitor for my PC and a 32" LCD for my bedroom, but I'll never buy Samsung again after this.
Does anyone have an idea of how this can be fixed, or am I out of luck?
Help, my PC with Windows 10 won't shut down properly
Since upgrading to Windows 10 my computer won't shut down properly. I use the menu button shutdown and the screen goes blank, but the system does not fully shut down. The only way to get it to shut down is to hold the physical power button down till it shuts down. Any suggestions?