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DMR-EH50 DVD Loss of TV Guide and Auto Time Update.

I have a DMR-EH50 DVD. I have lost the TV Guide and Auto Time Update functionality. This happened about 2 years ago and was repaired under warranty by a technician who downloaded (from somewhere?) and reinstalled the firmware via the units DVD palyer I believe.

My question is, can I do this myself? If so where can I get the firmware and instructions.

Thanks.

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    cannot get tv guide on screen

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    Lost TV Guide and Auto Time Update 11/16/2008

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Hi there Best thing is this
Go the panasonic website,under product support section ,you will find the latest firmware,Download it,burn the downloaded ISO file to a CD ,and follow given instruction
andfinallyy ,bepatientt andagainm follow instruction.

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Http://www.pasctraining.panasonic.com/specialapplications/productfirmwaredownloads/DVD.ASP

the firmware and instructions are located there.

Posted on Sep 08, 2008

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