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post #8251 of 8256 Old 06-21-2014, 06:56 AM
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Anyone having trouble with the LEGO Movie? My BD-60 won't read the movie with SD card in or out. Getting a "Cannot read. Please check the disc." error after the drive tries to start it a few times. It's the only disc of mine that won't read.
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I have no trouble with the Lego Movie blu-ray on my BD80.
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Hello all,

I am trying to assist someone in updating to a newer firmware. The player has problems with discs (' protections?). It is a DMP-BD60 with 1.7. I have twice burned the correct country's firmware file, once with ImgBurn as an ISO9660. Each time, the player displays L FVU and immediately ejects the disc. The update does not complete.

Does anyone have 2.64 on disc that can be converted to an ISO? Can someone offer recommendations? I do not have Roxio or Windows XP.

Thanks in advance.

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I am trying to assist someone in updating to a newer firmware. The player has problems with discs (' protections?). It is a DMP-BD60 with 1.7. Can someone offer recommendations? I do not have Roxio or Windows XP.
Check with Panasonic to see if they will ship you a CD with the latest FW @ N/C. They used to offer this service. I had a DMP BD-60 b4 I upgraded to Oppo. After 4 years of playing every BD, the Panny started not playing certain discs.
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The key here is CD. Make sure you aren't burning to DVD.
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This is again a project of interest. I am looking at accomplishing this with a different brand of media. The Panasonic site, http://panasonic.jp/support/global/c...ica/index.html, says the disc must not be 'packet-written.' I have verified ImgBurn does not use packet writing. It also must be ISO9660. The question there is, Mode1 or Mode2/1, and then, Level 1, 2, or X with a Standard, DOS or ASCII character set. Anyone have suggestions?
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