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If you store movies on a SD memory card you can insert the SD memory card into this player to view the movie. You may have taken a video of your children on a video camera which stored the video on the SD memory card. For information for viewing movies/videos on a SD memory card check out page 18 on the User manual. If you do not have a manual then you can download the user manual from this WEB site http://www.manualowl.com/m/Magnavox/NB500MGX/Manual/254277
since it doesn't have enough RAM in it, some BDs or larger multi-layer
DVDs fail to play/load entirely Its slow
to buffer BD, and even slower to upscale DVDs. It doesn't support homemade DVD+/-R movies. It also doesn't support video on CD.
SOLUTION: to get the movie to play add a 4GB SD card into it and format it
for use as extra memory. Apparently, some BDs require a lot of memory.
By adding the SD card, DVDs and THE BDs load faster and have no
play problems. The overall downside to the RAM issues and the SD card
is that, when the SD card gets full,you will have to reformat it to get
anything to play. Tho, all lost disc info needs to be rebuffered onto
the card the next time you watch the movie.
when it says SD error it must be some problem with the card or else the slot alone. so try a different SD card first. look at one important thing. see to that the lock in side of the card is released. also wipe the golden contacts in the card with a cotton dipped in alcohol. this must work for you. else revert back to us.
Had this same issue. Your probably trying to play either Crank2 or StarWars. Talked to Panasonic Tech Support and they said not enough memory to play disc and gave me these instructions:
"This movie title requires that an SD card of 128MB or larger to be inserted into the BluRay player prior to inserting the BD disc each time you watch this movie.
The SD card must be formatted in the BlRay player before use. (Do not format the SD card on your PC)
Formatting an SD card in the player:
-Insert an SD card (1GB or higher) into the SD slot of your BluRay
-Press [FUNCTIONS], select "other Functions" and press [OK]
-Select "Card Management" and press [OK], then follow the on-screen commands
Once formatting is complete, leave the SD card in the SD card slot. Insert the movie disc into the BluRay player and it should play normally."
Personal note, the bar graph that has always stopped at the red will hesitate for quite a while and then the rest of the bar will fill up and BD will begin to play.