Originally posted by JD-NH
To have the system do a fresh lookup for a disc:
Go to "Music" guide
Highlight the disc you'd like to edit
select "Edit Disc"
select "lookup this disc"
the unit will contact Openglobe and re-d0 the TOC lookup.
I'm assuming you'd advise the same process for video DVDs, but has anyone else noticed that if you're putting a different disc in a slot previously occupied (and looked up by Entre), this often won't work--you get the same information as was there before. Also, since the software update, I've had the error a few times of the Entre reading the slot next
to the one I've entered; so if I'm putting in Pulp Fiction Collector's Edition
in slot 73, and Braveheart
is in slot 74, I get two Entre listings of Braveheart
The way I've been successful in correcting it thus far is to go in through the back door (or front door, I guess, depending on your perspective). That is, I go to the setup menu, enter Changer Management, and then Lookup Range. But, even when it's just one slot, I'll enter the range as, for example, 73 to 73. That
approach usually tells the Entre that a different disc is in the slot, whereas the Edit Disc approach did not.
Of course, people wouldn't normally know about such things unless they had to keep swapping new discs into a full DV5900, and placing the other ones in the Changer-in-Waiting DV-5050M--because I've been dealing with the product for a long time now with a full changer. That's why I've harped as much as I have about getting multi-changer control (still waiting for CEDIA--won't lose my cool until then). You get a unique perspective when you're always dealing with a player that has 400 discs in it--new situations get pointed out that wouldn't otherwise be pointed out.