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sithantonio
10-19-2011, 10:59 AM
I bought this BD Player (BDP 5100/12) with the firmware version 1.18. With this firmware, the new STAR WARS Collection in Blu Ray was slowly.
Then I update the firmware to the version 1.57 with a pendrive, and the STAR WARS movies go very well this time.

But when I try my USB sticks in the frontal USB, the BD player freezes and the remote donīt respond.:mad:

I then proceeded to download,burn to DVD the firmware version 1.31 and downgrade the BD player. Now all is OK ,
the movies in BD are good, and the USB sticks work very well.

Can you create a firmware with version 1.31 functionality but with the new improvements of version 1.57?

Thank You.:)

kwinnie
10-19-2011, 01:00 PM
before you downgrade it, have you try to disconnect it and try again wit your USB stick?
Or if you try another USB stick ?

let me test it...:) come back to you later :)

sithantonio
10-19-2011, 02:54 PM
Yes, i tried three different sticks, but only when i remove the stick, the BD player and the remote works again.

Only with version 1.31 i see the structure of the sticks.

sithantonio
10-22-2011, 03:41 PM
Now, with version 1.31, SW:Attack of the clones in blu ray have micro cuts on video and sound.:mad:

Please Philips, program a new firmware with all corrections!!!:p

Philips - Remko
11-02-2011, 08:06 AM
Hi sithantonio,

We have tested the Star Wars Collection with version V1.57 installed. The playback was ok
and we did not see any issues.

Regarding the problem with the USB that makes the device freeze the File formats are:FAT16 or FAT32 (note: NTFS is not supported). What is the memory capacity of the USBīs?

Also it would be good to upgrade the set to V1.57 again.

Thanks and kind regards

sithantonio
11-02-2011, 09:47 AM
Thanks for answering. The size of USB sticks are 8 GB, 1 GB and 32 GB, all formatted with FAT32.

I tried to update back to version 1.57, but this time with a DVD-RW....and ALL THE STICKS ARE WORKING NOW!!!!

Then, The steps that i have followed are:

1. Update from 1.18 to 1.57 with a USB stick

2.With version 1.57, the USB stick doesnīt work now.:(

3.Downgrade from 1.57 to 1.31 with a DVD-RW.

4. USB is ok, but STAR WARS movies goes slow.:p

5. Finally, update from 1.31 to 1.57 with a DVD-RW.

All is ok now, at the moment.;)

Andrija32
11-02-2011, 02:50 PM
Hi sithantonio,

We have tested the Star Wars Collection with version V1.57 installed. The playback was ok
and we did not see any issues.

Regarding the problem with the USB that makes the device freeze the File formats are:FAT16 or FAT32 (note: NTFS is not supported). What is the memory capacity of the USBīs?

Also it would be good to upgrade the set to V1.57 again.

Thanks and kind regards

You must be wrong. My USB is 8 GB and NTFS formated and it works fine.

Pacman
11-02-2011, 03:00 PM
Nice, the leaflet says different though :p

clorius
12-21-2011, 10:41 AM
My HDD is 1500 GB (1.5 TB) WD Elements and NTFS formated and it works fine.
Firmware 1.57.
But my BDP5100 began to heat up significantly after installation, V1.57 and freezes, nothing have been made not only to unplug the power cord.

sithantonio
01-13-2012, 10:11 AM
My HDD is 1500 GB (1.5 TB) WD Elements and NTFS formated and it works fine.
Firmware 1.57.
But my BDP5100 began to heat up significantly after installation, V1.57 and freezes, nothing have been made not only to unplug the power cord.

Yes, i have the same problem now. When i watch a movie ( DVD or USB stick) , one hour aprox. later the blu-player freezes and only i can restart it when i unplug the power cord.

PLEASE PHILIPS, HELP US!!