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Just a stab in the dark: unplug the player for about 30 seconds, re-insert the plug and turn on, and see if that works for you. As I recall, the update involved creating a CD (or was it a DVD) with the updating firmware, and inserting that in the player and re-starting (but holding down any "magic" key combination?? So long ago that I really forget).
I know this link is old but the same problem happened today to my new device a s4 I tried to update the device and the update program stopped halfway through.I tried this several times and each time after the program stopped dead halfway through I pressed the cancel button and followed onscreen prompts, I then noticed that the device would not respond and was just a dead piece of kit.It seems that it was still in DFU mode(update mode)and needed the software to install an update to get it to work again. It seems that the problem could be how the device reacts to the type of motherboard I have on my PC.BluAnt mention issues with ASUS boards on their site wioth another device. at the office. So after dozens of tries to get the s4 to update using the downloaded updater from Blueant, I went into Windows Explorer and found the directory 'BluAnt Universal Updater' I copied the directory to my memory stick and then took it home. On my PC at home I copied over the BAUU directory. Downloaded and ran the updater program ....and.....it installed the update within a couple of minutes. It seems that the update program downloads the update to a directory within the BAUU directory and also places a 'Backup' directory there from your device, so if a problem occurs you can tell the updater program to update from a file on your hard drive.Please pass this 'fix' on.
I recommend you go to the Sony website and find if there are any updates for your blu ray player. If there are they will have you download the update, unzip the download to a new file, copy the file to your DVD burner, and install the DVD Update into your player, press "play" OK a couple of things and shazam! Updated! That is unless your lens just needed cleaned, Good Luck.
this is what i just did with my daugthers ipod, that did not charge nor read hers either, turn on ipod if not still on (kill the battery totally)....later on tonight or when its dead...power up the pc / laptop, bring up itunes then connect the ipod to pc (two things should happen 1 - do not disconnect shoud pop on ipod screen and 2 - the ipod icon should pop on itunes) when updating itunes make sure ipod is not connected.
My MuVo was having problems until I installed the latest firmware.
The last firmware release was in August 2006. If you haven't updated the
player's firmware since then, try downloading it and installing Creative MuVo V200 Firmware 1.13.03.
You need to check your MP3 Player on another PC. If it still have the problem then you must return it for a Firmware Update.
When any kind of USB Devices plugged and couldn't continue the launch (boot) step. Then you have to be sure that the MP3 Player (Or USB Device):
1) Has a corrupted component.
2) Needs Firmware update (Know as Device BIOS Update).
Here's the site with the firmware upgrade download:
although I'm sure that the f/w updater is within this program here:
That should help you with your problem. First download and install the first link, then use the tools that are within that program. Once finished, update it with the firmware update and you should be alright.