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Open Source Guide (ver.1.0)
Mar 14, 2011 ENGLISH 0.62 pdf Email
User Manual (ver.2.0)
Mar 14, 2011 ENGLISH 2.6 pdf Email
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Upgrade guide (Firmware) (ver.-)
Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista Oct 14, 2007 ENGLISH 0.11 pdf DJVU

< BD-P1200 Firmware Update History >Ver.2.9 Dec. 06, 2010This Firmware update provides the following benefits:

  1. Improves specific BD disc playability.Ver.2.8 Apr. 21, 2010This Firmware update provides the following benefits: 1. Improves playback compatibility in some movies.Ver2.7 : Feb. 04, 2010This Firmware update provides the following benefits: 1. Improves playback compatibility in some movies.Ver2.6: May. 06, 2009This Firmware update provides the following benefits: 1. Improves playback compatibility in some movies.Ver2.5: Dec. 09, 2008This Firmware update provides the following benefits: 1. Improves playback compatibility in some movies.Ver2.4: June 09, 2008This Firmware update provides the following benefits: 1. Improves playback compatibility in some movies.Ver2.3: Mar 14, 2008This Firmware update provides the following benefits: 1. Improves playback compatibility in some moviesVer2.2: Feb 21, 2008This Firmware update provides the following benefits: 1. Improves playback compatibility in some movies Ver2.1: Feb 05, 2008This Firmware update provides the following benefits: 1. Improves playback compatibility in some movies Ver2.0: Oct 12, 2007This Firmware update provides the following benefits:1. Improves playback compatibility in some movies. Enhanced Blu-ray movie title''s playability . Enhanced performance of in-movie games. Fixing audio noise in some movies
  2. Reduces disc tray opening time from 24 to 11 seconds when player is in Standby mode
Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista Apr 21, 2010 ENGLISH 22.45 zip
Upgrade guide (Firmware) (ver.-)
Win 98SE/ME/2000/XP/Vista Oct 14, 2007 ENGLISH 0.17 pdf DJVU

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  • How To Reset Your Blu-ray Player

    Follow the steps below to reset your player. Resetting the player reverts all settings back to factory default, meaning the network settings must be reconfigured after the reset is performed. Turn on your player and remove any discs, wait until the front display reads No Disc Hold down the [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Updating The Firmware - Ethernet (LAN) Connection Method

    Automatic Firmware Updates Some players are capable of automatic firmware updates via the LAN connection. If the LAN cable is connected, each time you power on your player it will advise you if a firmware update is available. Follow the on-screen instructions for udpating the player. Manually [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Updating The Firmware - CD Method

    Firmware Update Instructions - CD Method Important: Please read all information thoroughly before downloading and installing any files. It's important to keep your player's firmware up to date to help ensure playback compatibility with new releases, to correct any potential issues with the [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • The Front Display Stays On 'Load', Movies Don't Play And I Can't Bring Up The Menu.

    When you insert a movie disc into your Blu-ray player the blue bubble background appears before the e-contents menu is displayed and the movie begins playing. However, if your player display stays on load and the bubble background remains on your screen for longer than 2 minutes or no image [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • My Player Is Stuck On 'Load' And Displays The Blue Background Pattern Only

    When you insert a movie disc into your Blu-ray player the blue bubble background appears before the e-contents menu is displayed and the movie begins playing. However, if your player display stays on load and the bubble background remains on your screen for longer than 2 minutes or no image [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Physical Damage

    Physical damage, including water damage, cracks, screen damage, and other damage not caused by normal use is not covered by your warranty. If your Blu-ray player has physical damage, we will be happy to repair or fix it, but the repair will be handled as an out of warranty repair and you will [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Play Button Does Not Work When Trying To Play A Blu-ray Disc

    When the Disc menu screen appears while playing a Blu-ray disc, the PLAY button on your remote cannot be used to start the movie. You must use the arrow buttons on the remote control to select Play Movie and then press the Enter button to start. If playing a DVD disc, the play button can be used [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Update The Firmware - Ethernet (LAN) Connection Method

    Automatic Firmware Updates Some players are capable of automatic firmware updates via the LAN connection. If the LAN cable is connected, each time you power on your player it will advise you if a firmware update is available. Follow the on-screen instructions for udpating the player. Manually [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The TV Displays Colored Static Or A Solid Color Screen (Blue, Black, Green, Magenta)

    If your TV or display device shows colored static or a solid color screen in either blue, black, green or magenta, your TV or display device may not be HDCP Compliant. HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) is a system for protecting BD/DVD content output via HDMI from being copied. [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Disc Tray Will Not Open

    To unlock the Blu-ray player, follow these steps: Press the Stop button to place your Blu-ray player in stop mode. Press 4-8-2-7-3 on the remote control. Lock Off will appear in the upper left corner of the TV screen. If LOCK ON displays instead, enter 4-8-2-7-3 again to unlock. Press [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • The Picture Is Frozen And The Blu-ray Disc Player Does Not Respond When Pressing Any Of The Buttons.

    If the picture is frozen and the player is not responding, follow these steps: Remove the disc from the Blu-ray player, and then close the disc tray. Attempt a power reset by pressing down the button on the front panel for more than 5 seconds. All settings will be reset to the original [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Update The Firmware - CD Method

    Firmware Update Instructions - CD Method Important: Please read all information thoroughly before downloading and installing any files. It's important to keep your player's firmware up to date to help ensure playback compatibility with new releases, to correct any potential issues with the [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • Connections

    There are many different ways to connect your Blu-ray player to your TV. Samsung recommends using an HDMI connection for the best picture. If your TV or Monitor does not have an HDMI IN port, we recommend using one of the following connections in order from the highest quality to the lowest: [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • Player Does Not Power On

    If your Blu-ray player does not power on, try the following steps: Check the Standby Indicator on the front of your Blu-ray player. If the Standby Indicator is ON, your unit is in the OFF state and receiving power. Press the Power button on the Blu-ray player or the Blu-ray player remote [Troubleshooting Guide]

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  • Problems With External Amplifiers Or Home Theater Systems

    When using a home theater system or other external amplifier, the proper audio settings on the Blu-ray Player depend on whether the external system is Dolby Digital capable. An improper setting can result in either no audio or loud noise. If your system supports Dolby Digital, MPEG-2 or DTS [Troubleshooting Guide]

  • How To Upgrade The Firmware On Older Blu-ray Players - Lan Method

    This How-To Guide shows you how to upgrade the firmware in your BD Player using a modem and the Lan connection on your player. [How-To Guide]

  • Which Player Profiles Does My Blu-ray Player Support?

    The following FAQ applies to Blu-ray players released in 2009 and earlier. Blu-ray Disc Player Profiles 1.0 is the launch profile also known as the “Grace Period Profile” and “Initial Standard Profile”. Secondary audio and video decoders are optional, as is local storage and network [FAQs]

  • How Do I update My Firmware Using A CD?

    Important: Please read all information thoroughly before downloading and installing any files. It's important to keep your player's firmware up to date to help ensure playback compatibility with new releases, to correct any potential issues with the player and to add new features if and when [FAQs]

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