I purchased a samsung blu ray player last summer. When ordering blu ray movies from netflix, the blu ray discs no longer load and play. I sent the unit to Samsung and they returned a refurbished model to me.
How do I go about loading the latest firmware so new blu ray discs can be played on my blu ray player? I think this is the problem and I should have not returned my original unit.
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If 1, replace discs
if 2, purchase a cd cleaner
if 3, purchase a cd lense cleaner
if 4, you will know as the past 3 didn't solve your problem.
if this is the case, you'll need to get the laser replaced professionally
On the remote press Home-> Setup -> and the Audio and make sure it is configured properly to the interface you're using. If the audio setup looks ok suspect a bad HDMI or audio cable or an issue with the TV.
The lens is weak and that's why it cannot read/load Cd's.
a lens cleaner and use it to clean the lens, but if the lens still does
the same thing even after using the lens cleaner, then it means you
would have to change the whole lens completely to a brand new one.
By so doing your player would play all Cd's with no problem at all.
I have a Pioneer PD509 which is a spittin' image of the HHB CDR830 but tied down to use CD-Audio discs only.
My experiece with Rewriteable Media has been that they don't hold up to multiple uses. I used them to make quick 'n' dirty dubs of cassette audio then worked it into a polished copy with proper track marks and sweetening later for copy over to a CD-RA. After a few passes I'd start getting audible problems when copying off the -RW's, so I routinely just use them about 5 times. With two DVD players and a Blu-Ray I sometimes get through the errors on one of them for one final digital copy and then I can them.
BTW: you may want to try the failing disc in a DVD player. Mine will play through an unfinalized CD but can't cue up to anything. So if the recording is vital you might retrieve it that way. Just remember to pause the Recorder at the end of the last cut you want because the DVD will just crash right into the old data without changing track numbers or any warning.
DVD movies usually send out a digital signal, like dolby digital, and this requires a matching decoder in your receiver in order to hear anything. Regular CDs don't use dolby digital, usually. Check you receiver to make sure it can decode the digital signal, and check your optical or digital coaxial cable.
The reader is not recognizing the disc which usually means there is a problem with the circuitry or the "eye" itself. It will probably cost you more to repair this unit then to purchase a new one. Especially since CD players have come way down in price.
you may not need that install discs, maybe just the burning software that came with your writer, most probably from nero or roxio.you can visit their [articular websites where you can download a free standard versions of the program.