Question about Vizio VBR122
I am trying to find the .DSO file to download on my flash drive, so that I may upgrade my blu ray player?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: my vbr120 blu ray player
I have the same problem. While I don't have the permanent solution, I can tell you a few things. 1) You don't need to unplug, simply hold the power button down on the unit until it does a full reset (it normally just goes into standby mode when you tap the power off button). 2) I've noticed the locking only happens if I try to watch a netflix after I've used an optical disc between resets. IMO, I believe it's a problem with the system memory not updating and won't be solved unless they put out a specific firmware upgrade for it (unlikely on such a cheap player).
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
SOURCE: our vizio blu ray player
Please inspect the HDMI connector on the back of the Blu-Ray player to make sure none of the pins (top and bottom) are not push back inside the connector. If there are return the unit for a another unit.
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
SOURCE: I have a Vizio VBR120
The default IP mode is set to Dynamic, which means your player will automatically detect and use
your network settings after you connect your Ethernet cable, but you can manually change these
settings if you are an advanced user and are comfortable with networks.
1. Turn on your player and your TV. If a DVD is not in the disc tray, the Home menu will be
displayed. If a DVD is in the disc tray, press SETUP to display the Home menu.
2. Connect one end of an Ethernet cable (not included) to the Ethernet port on your player
3. Connect the other end of the Ethernet cable to your home network (usually your router
home network must have broadband Internet access such as cable or DSL.
4. Press to select Settings, and then press SELECT.
5. Press to select Network, and then press SELECT.
6. Press ^ or down to select Wired and then press SELECT.
7. Press to change IP Mode to Manual and then press SELECT.
8. Manually change your network settings such as IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default
Gateway, the Primary DNS, and Secondary DNS.
9. Press ^ or down to select Apply and then press SELECT.
Note: If you need additional help setting up your network, please refer to the user manual for your
router or contact the manufacturer of either your router or your Internet service provider if they
provided the router for you.
Your ip settings will look something like this 192.168.2.1
You might be able to find you setting by going to Network Connections -> 2x click on Local Area Connection -> then click on the support tab.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
As newer bluray movies come out they are constantly tweeking the format. More then likely you need to update your bluray players firmware or software. There should be an option under the menu for the bluray player to update the unit of course this will require that you have it hooked into the internet via ethernet cable or wifi network.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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