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21-Dec-2015 00:00

I'm posting this for a friend that is a little older, and not tech savvy at all, and I'm ok with stuff like this, so I'm trying to help him out.

His issue is that some newer Blu Rays that he rents won't play at all.

It re started, like it said it would, and then I got the message on the display showing the firmware was loading, and it was supposed to go to the "W***", meaning that it was writing, but it went from the "L***" to "E Disc" after maybe 10 seconds, and ejected the disc and shut down. I tried several times, and even made another disc, this time using Img Burn, just for fun....thing.

Would anyone now why it wouldn't write the update, and does that mean if I brought it to my house, and tried updating it via the internet, that it would do the same thing or????

Most Americans put them in "entertainment centers" and those are just the death of players.

Heat buildup and damage is common in those kinds of things. CD-RW is probably OK, but I'd suggest Verbatim for that. I burned one with windows, just like the Panasonic site recommended, and another with Img Burn. He said this problem has only been with newer Blu Rays.

Using , the depth of image is stunning, as is the detail on the Emperor's sarcophagus and the artifacts in his tomb. Taut and precise sound Panasonic systems have often fallen down on speaker quality, but the 'BT200's sound is very good.

Instead of unattractive, boomy bass, it's taut and precise.

If the cleaning disk does not work then you have to go mannualy, You should be little handy with electronics item.We've been heaping praise on Panasonic's standalone Blu-ray players recently, and this player is no slouch, either.On-screen noise is virtually non-existent, and pictures look remarkably clear and three-dimensional.On the rear of the Blu-ray receiver is an HDMI output, and twin optical inputs for accommodating external kit (a couple of HDMI inputs wouldn't go amiss, though).Internet access via Viera Cast Panasonic's Viera Cast content provision service has permeated many of its products in 2009 – this package included.

If the cleaning disk does not work then you have to go mannualy, You should be little handy with electronics item.We've been heaping praise on Panasonic's standalone Blu-ray players recently, and this player is no slouch, either.On-screen noise is virtually non-existent, and pictures look remarkably clear and three-dimensional.On the rear of the Blu-ray receiver is an HDMI output, and twin optical inputs for accommodating external kit (a couple of HDMI inputs wouldn't go amiss, though).Internet access via Viera Cast Panasonic's Viera Cast content provision service has permeated many of its products in 2009 – this package included.My Panasonic SA-BT200 Blu-Ray dvd player will only play Blu-Ray Dvd's. This is either caused by a fault in the laser/lens/drive itself which is leaving the laser misaligned and unable to read the disk or it is caused by dirt in the drive effecting the lens.