Question about GPX Televison & Video
Some blu ray discs get rejected as 'unknown format'. mostly music ones! latest problem is Close to the Edge blu ray audio. It worked at first, now it doesn't. My BDP100 works great for cd's, all dvdd and nearly all blu ray. So why would it reject this one disc? The disc looks perfect.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Player Rejects Disc
What is hire dvds? dvd players use a lazer and lenses to focus on the disk information sometimes they have problems reading the disk for many reasons. Somtimes they can be damaged by movement or transporting them from a friends bouncing in a car or dust or prints on the disk even scratches. If you know the disks are clean and scratch free then you can try using a can of air blow it into any vents in the top or into the slot when the tray is out blow into the slot. Another thing could be heat, is the machine welll ventelated? its not under a pile of blankets or at the bottom of a rack where it cant keep cool? one more thing is to powercycle the unit. Unplug it for a few days then plug it in fresh and try the disks again. Electronics are small computers and somtimes they need a reboot. Electronics can use lots of power and it can spike the electricity in the home causing voltage drops these drops can glitch the computer inside so it doesnt work right. Remove the unit from where it is. Let it sit a few days unplugged from the power. blow it out with some can air then hook it back up with some good ventelation and see how it works.
Posted on Apr 06, 2006
SOURCE: My Blu-ray keeps saying no disc.
This can be caused by a number of different things, some simple ones are:
- Unplug for 5 minutes then replug, this will reset the processor and it may smarten up (just like rebooting a computer)
- Take the unit apart and using a Q-tip and lens cleaner gently clean off the lens of the laser...only do this is you feel comfortable. If there is a hair or obstruction on the lens it will not read discs. If it is still under warranty, send it in first before you take it apart, it may void warranty.
- If the above two do not work then the transport mechanism may be defective and the repair would be around 100 -150 dollars, which is probably not worth repairing and it is best to look at a replacement machine.
Hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
You will need the following:
1) Internet connection
2) Wired router
3) long enough ethernet cable to reach from your blue ray player to the router.
Eject any disks and turn off the blu-ray player by unplugging it.
Attach the ethernet cable to the router and the other end to the ethernet port on the back of the blu-ray player.
Turn on the blu-ray player and wait for it to load all the way.
Using the remote, arrow over to the left to "Setup", the up to "Network Update".
After the unit updates and restarts, repeat until it tells you "Already Updated".
That should help you play the newer movies, and even some of the older ones.
Posted on Apr 03, 2010
The Player will not play the Blu-ray discs other than Region C.
This is because all the Blu-ray/DVD Players are designed such way that it will play only the discs that are manufactured and sold in the same country where the Player is manufactured.
You can play the discs that are "Region ALL".
However, you may try copying the content of the Region A/B Blu-ray discs to a Computer then create a video Blu-ray disc to check whether you can play them in the BDPS370.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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