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PROBLEM HELLO i am having toshiba television which is a non-compatible for progressive scan(it is not a lcd or crt).i switched on that progressive scan in my dvd player results in the display of blue screen.there is no any philipslogo displayed.what i want to do to switch off that progressive scan in my dvd player and retains its old position.

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Hold down 1 on the remote with the CD tray open. Should reset firmwire

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Thanks for the solution it was driving me crazy, it worked like a charm.

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* From the user manual (pages 50-51 of the pdf document):

About progressive scan video
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