Updating samsung dvd firmware
Samsung N501 Update - Archived from the Samsung Electronics Website Thank you for selecting the Samsung N501 DVD Player.As part of Samsung's on-going commitment to quality, from time to time firmware updates may be made available to restore your player to the very latest operating status.To determine if you should upgrade your player's firmware, you should first determine if a newer version exists.To check your player's current firmware version please follow the instructions below. Turn your player on WITHOUT any software in the disc tray. You will see "loading" appear in the upper right corner followed by "no disc". Press the and buttons on the front panel at the same time. Your player has the most recent firmware available.You will be presented with a screen providing information similar to the following: While it is fully expected that creating your own update disc and flashing the programmable memory in your Samsung N501 DVD player will be successful, note that it is not guaranteed without following the warning noted below. reset operation - power button is pressed for two seconds or more, etc). There is no update available for your player at this time. Be sure to maintain this notice with your owner's manual for future reference.If you had read the warning and are ready to upgrade, please select one of the formats below for download and follow the directions. Please contact the Samsung service center at 1-800-726-7864 in case of update failure. Insert the update disc you created and close disc drawer. Update status will be displayed on-screen and on the player's front panel display. Upon completion, the disc will eject and the power will turn off. NUON-Dome and its contents are © 2000-2007 Kevin Manne and Wes Powell. Reproduction of any content, writings or images, in whole or part, without permission is prohibited.For CD-R authoring software such as Easy CD Creator or other programs that recognize ISO images. Your CD-R authoring software if compatible will start. All the errors happened during the update can be covered by the Samsung warranty. If your player does not need to be updated, following message will be displayed on your TV screen. NUON(tm) and the NUON logo are trademarks of Genesis Microchip, Inc. This website is not affiliated with Genesis Microchip, Inc.
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — If you’ve purchased a Blu-ray player in the last several years, listen up.Your expensive gadget may not play your Blu-ray movies.Samsung, the largest electronic company currently making Blu-ray players, hasn’t provided the necessary update to keep some of its players running.Shane Carlin’s three-year old 3D Blu-ray player (model BD-C6900) won’t play the latest season of his favorite TV show, Sons of Anarchy. ” he said, as his TV displayed the apparent pixelated glitch from his Blu-ray player.“It’s telling me I need to have the most recent update.” Blu-ray players aren’t the same as DVD players.