I updated my n-1 with the n-2 disc and now it doesn't read dvds while in motion. What can i do? Will resetting it work? i mean i can go back to the old disc, but i don't have it anymore. At this point i just want to view while driving rather then having a Navigation.
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First attempt removing the hard drive, this might make it possible to read the disc. Otherwise it might be a problem with the reader within the Xbox, if you still have a warranty, send it in to Microsoft.
-If this happens on all DVDs, then this may need to be repaired (Bose will repair this for free if this is the case- they can test it too)
-If this happens on some or most DVDs, you can try a firmware update. Call Bose at 800-367-4008 and tell them about this. Request the most recent software/firmware update disc.
If you haven't already, just try resetting this first. (unplug the power cord from the acoustimass module for about 30+ seconds and try again)
If this happens primarily on rentals or home-made dvds, an update will most likely fix the problem.
I bought mine four days ago and it would not pay the new James Bond Blue-Ray. The screen said your player needs an update. I downloaded the firmware, and it still did not work. I took the disc down to Best Buy and it played fine on an identical DBP 51-FD. Their tech came out with a replacement player and it played fine. Now, however, it will not play the DVD Happily Ever After 2, eve after the firmware update. Strangely enough, the other player played that DVD fine.
I had a problem w/my dmrez475 and called pan @ 1-800-211-7262 and talked to John at ext 5070.
He seemed very knowledgeable and sent me an update CD. The CD fixed my problem which was in
the timer recording mode. Call him, maybe he can help.
This is the problem of not matching/support the motherboard of your driver with Pioneer DVD. U just go the manufacturing site of Pioneer dvd and download the driver / updates and then install it. (Before u uninstall the driver). Then fix it.
Ok, I talked to Samsung support again today, and they confirm that the firmware update should correct the problem of incompatibility with 1-16x discs. They are going to mail a CD with the firmware update to me, at no charge. They were not, however, able to tell me if the file I had originally downloaded from their website was the same as what will be coming on the CD. Sheesh!!
If I can determine that they are the same file, I will post such info. here later. Otherwise, I would advise contacting Samsung support and requesting a disc.
The phone no. is:
1-800-SAMSUNG (1-800-726-7864) Mon - Sun : 9am - 9pm (EST)