Question about Magnavox NB500MG1F Player
Magnavox NB500MG1F Blu Ray Player SD Card Slot: I've been having trouble getting the SD card slot to read the videos I put onto the SD card. I've tried everything from converting all the video files to AVCHD file types as well as trying their original file types, unformatting the SD card, reformatting the SD card, trying different SD cards, trying different videos, and I'm still getting the same error message: "Media Device Error --Please check the Memory Device-- There is no playable file in the Memory Device, or the format is not available." Does anyone have any suggestions to try? Is there a certain format the SD card must be set to? Do the video files need to be converted to a certain format? All fix it suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
The SD card is mainly for photos, but you can do video.
The SD card needs to be formatted as fat 16
The video has to be profile 1.1
If you use the larger SDHC cards, they can be formatted fat 32.
It works best if you format it with the player and not your computer.
Posted on May 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I think you mean you replaced the Blu-ray DISC. If the fault is there after the PLAYER is replaced, it would be the TV at fault...
This sounds like you need a firmware upgrade. Follow the directions on the maufacture's website exactly and do not disconnect power during the update or play with the remote.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
Go to this site:
Follow the directions exactly. Do not disconnect power during the update or play with the remote.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
I hope you are connecting 5 RCA jacks when using the component video out. HDMI cable carries both audio and video over one single cable but the component video has 5 jacks, 3 for video ( Red/Blue/Green ) and 2 for audio ( Red/White ).
Posted on Apr 07, 2011
Testimonial: "My bad! Should have said, "composite video". Problem was between my video glasses and this unit...not the Magnavox recorder. Thanx for your help"
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