Question about LG Televison & Video
Your firmware may need to be updated. Various brands had the same issue when Snow White was re-released and when Avatar came out. Updates of the firmware fixed the problem. Your particular player needs to be updated through a hard wired connection to the internet. Page 41 of your user manual explains the process. If you do not have a manual, one can be found on the LG site. It is very important once you start the update you let it finish. Otherwise you may "brick" your player.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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