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    bluray Panasonic DMP-BD35




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    Update Version: 2.4
    Update Date: 2011/10/17 (Firmware update via network: 2011/10/17)

    Improvements:

    1. Blu-ray Disc™ playability



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    I have the 1.8 version firmware...I missed this thread on firmware updates, anyone know if it's made a difference to the bd35 by updating to 2.0? Isn't the old saying "if ain't broke don't fix it" or something like that...
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    Quote Originally Posted by _sprkeng_ View Post
    I have the 1.8 version firmware...I missed this thread on firmware updates, anyone know if it's made a difference to the bd35 by updating to 2.0? Isn't the old saying "if ain't broke don't fix it" or something like that...
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    Firmware Update (v2.1)
    Last Modified: 11/30/2009

    Improvements:

    • BD-V Playability



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    I have more luck updating through the internet connection direct to the player.I seem to screw the download transfer to CD.
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    can't you update through sd card as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by resteasy View Post
    can't you update through sd card as well
    Good question. I have never tried. I always just burn the image to a CD (not DVD) and I never have any issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by resteasy View Post
    can't you update through sd card as well
    That's not an option that Panasonic provides for the BD60, but I'm not sure about the BD35. Anybody???
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    I don't think you can. The SD slot is just for BD-Live, veiwing JPEG pictures, and listening to MP3s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barney_DaPurple1 View Post
    I don't think you can. The SD slot is just for BD-Live, veiwing JPEG pictures, and listening to MP3s.
    On the BD-60 can you view AVI movies files with a SD card...???
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    Quote Originally Posted by _sprkeng_ View Post
    On the BD-60 can you view AVI movies files with a SD card...???
    Info directly from Panasonic's webpage, no AVI in sight unfortunately:
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    Quote Originally Posted by AxGates View Post
    Info directly from Panasonic's webpage, no AVI in sight unfortunately:
    OK...thanks....so it would be a matter of converting an AVI movie to AVCHD or MPEG2....cool....
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    Quote Originally Posted by bravestime View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by _sprkeng_ View Post
    Thanks BT it's easier to convert MPEG2 anyway....thanks again.
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    Hi Guys, please i need your help !
    I've just updated recently my BD35 to the version 2.1 and now it can't play any DVD totally ! I mean that it doesn't reproduce the whole DVD, when the film is playing at one point, the screen becomes blank ... My TV reaches only 1080I and this problem ocurred when I configured the Blu at 1080P... I checked the configurations and are the same from always ! This situation hapenned after updating to this version . I haven't try with the BD's but this event makes me sad 'cause the most films that I have are in DVD !!!
    What can I do ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogo View Post
    Hi Guys, please i need your help !
    I've just updated recently my BD35 to the version 2.1 and now it can't play any DVD totally ! I mean that it doesn't reproduce the whole DVD, when the film is playing at one point, the screen becomes blank ... My TV reaches only 1080I and this problem ocurred when I configured the Blu at 1080P... I checked the configurations and are the same from always ! This situation hapenned after updating to this version . I haven't try with the BD's but this event makes me sad 'cause the most films that I have are in DVD !!!
    What can I do ?
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    Thank u' Barney_DaPurple1 for your comment, let me try it again but I did it at the very beggining and it was the same problem with the screen... Let me try it, I hope this time it works, thanks again !

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