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Our Olevia blue ray player does not play the new Sherlock Holmes movie(2010); we have already done the firmware update when we first got the player a year ago. What is going on now? New technology another update needed?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i would say the problems comes from the way the company formatted the movie onto the blu ray discs. and i would say that there will most likely be a recall on them. if anything connect the manufacturer of the movie. hope this helps you.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
Go to sharps website and download updated firmware version for your model, then transfer the file to the blu ray using a usb mass storage device. I had to do that to mine it would not play new blu rays and i just bought the darn thing should've come updated. Good luck!
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
I have BP-1600 with the same problem. What I've done was connecting player to my ADSL modem via network cable and choosing Setup - Update from the player menu. After few minutes player automatically downloaded new firmware and upgraded itself. Now I can play 2012 and in addition I got YouTiube compatibility to play videos directly from the Internet :-)
Posted on Mar 18, 2010
SOURCE: I have the LG BD390.
I had the exact same problem with my BD390 and another LG home theater system, both with the current firmware updates. I noticed others have posted this issue on various sites as well. I called LG and the guy I spoke with seems to have been coached pretty well on the scenes where this problem is occuring since he could sight the exact scenes that were giving me the problem. He claimed the blu ray probably isn't exactly 1080i or 1080p and that the player is probably having problems processing the resolution so I should lower it to 720p. This didn't fix the problem and didn't help explain why my blu ray player which plays plenty of other high resolution movies only has a problem with this movie. I think a firmware update is needed to fix the issue but I'm not holding my breath that LG will be proactive in getting that out soon.
Posted on Oct 01, 2010
Testimonial: "I think your right about the LG person. And maybe they will do a firmware update. So far this is the only movie. DVD of Iron Man II was fine. "
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