Question about DVD & Blu-Ray Players
SOURCE: iPod 160 Classic
There's an easier (and less expensive) answer... downgrade the firmware on your iPod of version 1.0.2. For some inexplicable reason, at that level (not higher or lower), my iPod 160GB Classic plays movies without issue on the Philips. Regarding how to downgrade your firmware, it's explained at various other sites but in short you replace the two Software Update files in the iTunes directory, disconnect from the internet (to prevent iTunes from automatically downloading the newest version) and then restore your iPod. Once you've got 1.0.2 installed, re-synch and it'll work like a charm!
Posted on Feb 27, 2008
SOURCE: Jensen VM 9311 iPod Classic
You might need the jenson media module,that might have came with it.Mine did and I bought it 2nd hand.and a special ipod cable that hooks from the media module to your ipod.
Posted on Apr 07, 2008
SOURCE: "Unknown disK"
The only solution for this problem is to follow
1. laser clean up. you can find it in any electronic shops and clean the laser reader of your dvd player
2. Disc clean up (optional) as the problem is mainly from the dvd player/reader.
3. Unhook the power chord and restart again... see whether it works
4. If all these method does not work, you need to repair the player. But please remember, it will costs you around 50 dollars and by that money, you can buy a new and good dvd player.
5. If its a dvd recorder that has the problem of unknown disc, then just use your recorder for recording and instead of repair it, buy a new dvd player for 50 dollars.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
SOURCE: firmware upgrade failure
If your computer recognizes the Seagate drive in the setup menu you can format the drive using DOS.
But, I agree with "Ginko"... ask Toshiba for warranty repair due to "special circumstances". I worked in a Sony Authorized Service Center for many years and in circumstances like yours they readily provided it because they didn't want to lose a single customer. Sony would send a Letter of Authorization to the customer and the person would bring their unit to us for a "one-time" warranty repair. Call Toshiba and threaten to "Never buy another Toshiba product the rest of your life!". That should do it...If not...too bad for Toshiba! I wish you good luck!
Posted on Oct 14, 2008
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