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When i plug a usb device into my dvd player a message pops up saying usb device not supported,i tried re formating the memory sticks and the player just wont recognize them

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Format to FAT32

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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.)

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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
BDP12X_149.MVP
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.

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Check your USB memory to make sure that it comply with the points below:
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These are the 2 possible causes and solution on that problem:
  • The format of the file on U.S.B device is not compatible to the format requirements of the DVD player.For example your DVD player required A.V.I or MPG/M-PEG for the video while the file format of your U.S.B is F.L.V and when you try to insert it to the U.S.B port the file doesn't read.You have to do is convert the file that store on your U.S.B device depends on the format requirement of your DVD.Use a total video converter to convert the file on your U.S.B to the format you need to play on the DVD player.

  • Or the problem could be the U.S.B itself,because the U.S.B host on this product does not supported all U.S.B device.Please try to use other mass media device such as memory card or mp3 players.
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When attempting to update my bdp-120 blu-ray player, I continue to get an error message saying I have more than one sofware file on the USB memory device. The only file on the device is the update. How can...


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Hi Aking,
let's start at the begining,
you'r usb stick has been infected and you formatted it.
Did it ever work with the player?
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Often this sort of stuff happens when file format is incompatible with the device. New operating system of a PC used to reformat might cause it. If you could refer to the manual of the player and check which usb formats it supports then move the data off the usb stick and reformat it according to the specification,
you should be able to put the data back on and it should work.
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Check what kind of disk format is supported by your player - some players will recognize an external usb disk (or a usb memory stick) only if it's formatted in FAT32 file system.

Note that if you format the disk on a Windows machine, it will only do it on drives with a relatively small capacity (i think it's up to 32 GigaBytes), but other operating systems (like MAC OS) can perform a FAT32 format even on drives with far greater capacity.

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