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Report the error to Samsung support. There is an ongoing problem with the firmware. Make sure you have updated to the most recent firmware version 1025.0 that was released this month. There are still unresolved problems with the new firmware release though. Many movies will fail to load and other will load and play but will skip/freeze during playback. This is related to the anti-piracy features on the Blu-Ray that the player can not properly handle.
Cardinal Rule ....1
NEVER update any FIRMWARE.....
Cardinal Rule ...2
if in doubt refer to rule 1
You CANNOT rollback firmwares once loaded, Firmwares are programs written within a CHIP inside the hardware.
You can rollback Drivers and update them also, but Firmwares are not of the same nature.
for example if you have a MP3 player that has a specific Firmware, the firmware is specifically programed to run that hardware(MP3 player), once you change the firmware the hardware will not be able to recognize the firmware and viceversa.
That player is set up for playlist transfer through Windows Media Player 10 only - you can either: 1) rollback your Windows Media Player to ver. 10; 2) attempt the firmware upgrade by running the Update tab in Philips Device Manager (may not work); 3) reinstall the installation CD - select Repair as your choice - it will add a plug-in that it may have skipped during initial installation. Good luck! -Tha Mp3 Doctor
Go to C:\Documents and Settings\*your user name*\Application Data\Apple Computer\iTunes\iPod Software Updates. Delete the firmware you don't want, in your case it'll be "iPod_22.214.171.124". Turn off the internet (turn off the router/whatever). Connect the iPod, then click Restore. As iTunes cannot connect to the internet and get the newest firmware (1.1.1), it will use the latest firmware in that folder, rolling you back to 1.0.2.
Define upgrade? if you want to update the firmware go to Samsung's support site for the latest firmware and update instructions, however the current version showing there is 1.0 and that's probably the version you have, to check this select Setting, scroll down to and select About.
If on the other hand you are asking about upgrading (replacing) the Hard Disk Drive this is possible but easily destructive and probably no cheaper than an simply replacing it with a new MP3 player given the cost of 1.8" HDD's.
As for video playback, no unfortunately not.
Do you still have the CDs that came with that disk ? Well, you had the best mp3 player, hard to find, the YH-925 with a FM. Wow that's great. You need to find a program like Eraser, and format completely your hard disk. On the back of yor player says your model number and year, based on this you can find your previous firmware in case you didn't make a backup. Good Luck !