– Stability of System
Perform steps 1 through 6 listed below:
Step 1 Check the firmware version currently installed on your Blu-ray Disc Player.
Step 2 Check the latest firmware version available for your Blu-ray Disc Player.
Step 3 Download the latest firmware.
Step 4 Decompress the downloaded file.
Step 5 Create a firmware update USB device.
Step 6 Install the firmware.
About Blu-Ray Player Firmware:
Blu-Ray Player Firmware updates serve to fix bugs, add features, new functions and improve playback compatibility with Blu-Ray disks.
Because Blu-Ray movies are usually encoded for copy protection, users may experience compatibility problems if they use outdated software. In order to counter this problem, manufacturers issue firmware updates that improve compatibility for various encoding techniques.
Although upgrading your firmware can bring various improvements to disc playback and compatibility, the process is quite risky and may cause damage to your device if not done properly.
Here are some general pointers to help you successfully update your device’s firmware: make sure that you have downloaded the correct firmware for your device, do not interfere in any way with the device while the update is in progress, and make sure your player is connected to a reliable power source during the firmware update.
Note that it is a good idea to reset your device to factory default settings after the firmware update. Also, please keep in mind that a failed upgrade can cause stability issues, random crashes or permanent damage to your device.
If you feel that this update could improve your device, then hit the download button and install the new firmware according to the given instructions. Check with our website as frequently as possible in order to stay up to date with the latest firmware.
It is highly recommended to always use the most recent driver version available.
Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. This will help if you installed an incorrect or mismatched driver. Problems can arise when your hardware device is too old or not supported any longer.