Question about Toshiba HD-A20
The Invalid Format message is generated when the processor can't recognize the disk. This can happen from only 2 causes:
1 - the laser sensor doesn't receives a correct signal. Not your case.
2 - the processor itself is malfunctioning. Since you can't finish the first step in troubleshooting it - the update of the firmware - it's clear that it's a hardware fault: the processor has indeed failed.
Unfortunately this is terminal: it can't be fixed so the only option would be to replace the mainboard but that's not an option - the board isn't sold as a separate part because it and the labor to install it would cost more than a new player.
Sorry, time for a new bluray/dvd player.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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