Question about Samsung BD-P1500 Blu-Ray Player
I've used the USB method and it's never failed me, but make sure you read the instructions re NO DISK in the machine, power off, insert USB, power up, etc.
Failing that I have run a cat 5 (ethernet) cable and plugged it into the back so it was directly network connected. You do need to go into the setup / network setup menu of the player and tell it what your internet DNS server numbers are. If you're not sure of these, or it's starting to sound scary, maybe stick with the USB method.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
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