Just want to say this is happening with my BD-D5500, but I've seen other makes and models with a similar problem, so it could be Netflix to blame. But really I think the whole relationship between Netflix and DVD players is wonky, and becoming like the printer industry, "oh it's just cheap enough, they'll just buy a new model when it fouls up."
It might happen to you too..
Around the time of an automatic Samsung update around Dec. 20, 2011, Netflix has always since shot back the same error when already connected and trying to play a title of any kind.
"We're having trouble playing this title right now..."http://forums.cnet.com/7723-13973_10...tream-netflix/
Went through every variable (full reset, soft reset, turn off for 15 min., deactivate/reactivate account, straight-wire from modem connect, etc.) with my internet connection and Samsung BD-D5500.. Samsung blames Netflix, (Samsung won't allow rollback firmware though, and is not cool) Netflix has always tried to blame everything but them, ("your internet is too slow, inconsistent", I get like 19mb consistent dl..heh) and their own software which is clearly screwed up.. or the communication of their software with Samsung, but still Netflix writes their software, or so I've read, and makes sense.
The reason I know there's a "bug" of some sort is everything on the player otherwise works perfectly, Hulu Plus, BBC News, etc. Even Netflix menus with my recently watched items via computer updated etc. work. (And netflix playblack worked great for months) Also, when trying to exit Netflix at anytime, the player just freezes, have to on/off it.
There's been two samsung updates since and still the same problem. I also find it troubling when Netflix always responds (as if they're trained to say so)
"We just rent movies, we're not tech people", I guess the Netflix button on my remote means nothing cuz they just "rent movies" heh...