Question about Sony DVP-FX750 Portable DVD Player
Everything still works fine just the picture is all white with some blue lines in it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Sony BDP300
I suggest that you install the latest firmware update to resolve the issue. Please click the following link to download the latest firmware update.
It is recommended to use CD -R disc to create the firmware update disc. I hope you're clear with downloading the update from support page. Once you download and save the file in the folder in the computer, you can double click the file to extract. You will be prompted to save the UPDATE_BDPS300_VER0550.ISO file in a folder. Most of the customers will be making mistake here after... We need to use a burning software which is capable to burning discs from ISO images. ISO image is nothing but a RAW format of burned image. I will give you the instructions to burn using Nero.. Steps will be almost same in all ISO capable software. Open installed nero software from computer. You may locate it under Start Menu programs. Go to File Menu (Some times you will get a wizard where you can select the Image Burning option or burn ISO option) Navigate the extracted .ISO file we saved in the computer. follow the onscreen instructions. Insert the disc when ever Nero asked to insert Hope this helps. If you need any assistance. Please get back to me. I will be more than happy to assist you. Thanks for understanding.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
SOURCE: I just purchased a Sony
Try to go under the settings in the dvd player. Be sure all the setting are set up according to your TV.
Sometimes if you dont have it set to N. American standards it can output like that. Be sure its set to "NTSC" if you live in N. America or Japan. If you live in Europe be sure its set to "PAL".
Let me know If this is not a issue in comments and I will help you further but I think this is it.
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
I too had the same problem. On the Vzio there are AV plug ins on the left side (not the back, but the left side). Use these jacks when connecting to the DVD player and choose the AV button on the TV remote. Viola!
Posted on Jan 02, 2012
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