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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
today i solved following errors on sharp blu-ray hp20 when updating software to play quantum of solace:
can't detect software: due to .rvp file being inside a folder--not in root directory on usb stick
more than one software file detected by player: .rvp hasn't been properly unzipped. the 2 gb disc and, as far as i could tell, my system (imac os 10.5.6) showed successfully extracted SINGLE file ready for transfer to dvd player, but dvd player said that there was more than one file. erased the 2 gb disc with disc first aid utility as part of exercise. also verified FAT format on 2 gb disc. only after i used a downloaded free mac utility *specifically for extracting ZIP files* to transfer the .rpv file to the 2 gb disc did the dvd player recognize the file and i successfully updated the player's software! (sorry for the run on, i think the logic is accurate)
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
You have to make sure the files, you downloaded to your USB stick, are not in folders. Mine worked after this. I am still having problems with pixelation on newish discs. I read somewhere that if I plugged a USB thumb drive into the Sharp HP21 it will aid the processing and work better. Does anyone know if this is true as I often get poor picture quality on what looks clean LoveFilm BR discs. (No problems with standard DVDs.)
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
SOURCE: Trying to update firmware on
I had the same problem and immediately suspected that, as I had downloaded and expanded the .zip file on a Mac, I was suffering from the industry's usual bovine shortsightedness and that I needed to do it on a PC. I did and it worked. So I think the important part is to un-archive the .zip file on a PC, and find the file inside the resulting folder called
Make sure you have just that file on your USB stick, and no folders, and then the player should recognise it. You'll note that Pioneer's instructions don't mention this file name at all. Useless. Wish I'd bought another brand.
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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