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Unfortunately, the Kirkland alkaline batteries from Costco was giving me the most problems... Leakage ruined my Fujitsu a/c remote, a Pioneer remote, a JVC RS projector remote, a couple of flashlights and a RS multimeter. The Fujitsu remote was the one that cost me $200 to replace. That's when I converted to lithium batteries.

I was considering using rechargeables but they only output 1.2 volts instead of 1.5 volts. That voltage shortage is magnified when using multi-cell devices, e.g. four cells would only be 4.8 volts vs. 6 volts which was too low for some devices...

On a side note, it is almost impossible to get Duracell or Eveready to repair or replace a device ruined by battery leakage, although they guarantee no leakage.

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Hi guys,

Does anyone of you know if that latest firmware update of October, 31 2014
with no. BDP9xEU-82-1009
would ruin the possibility of playing Blu-ray backups (incl. the foder's structure) form a USB-connected external drive option ??

I have put quite many of my discs to such a disk and do not want to loose the conveniency.

The newer models like 103 do not allow that, but our 95s' do

So...please a hint, if it is worth to update the firmware.
Any help appreciated much.
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Hi guys,

Does anyone of you know if that latest firmware update of October, 31 2014
with no. BDP9xEU-82-1009
would ruin the possibility of playing Blu-ray backups (incl. the foder's structure) form a USB-connected external drive option ??

I have put quite many of my discs to such a disk and do not want to loose the conveniency.

The newer models like 103 do not allow that, but our 95s' do

So...please a hint, if it is worth to update the firmware.
Any help appreciated much.
It's been reported either here or in the BDP-93 thread that BDMV playback still works with the new firmware.

-Bill
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It's been reported either here or in the BDP-93 thread that BDMV playback still works with the new firmware.

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That is great news
Thank you so much wmcclain.
Will do it now and keep the thumbs.

IT IS ALL OK, GUYS.

The function has not been removed.

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