Updating samsung bd p1400
I exhanged the disc once and made sure my firmware is up to date, but it will not load. Any additional information you can provide would help us possibly replicate the problems and provide information for our engineers.
I sent an email to Samsung, but have not received a response. I just got this player not to long ago and there seems to be lots of problems with several discs. Any information would be graet.--HDTech The ones I have trouble with are Ghostbusters,zach and miri and underworld..will play the movies. I dont care if the special features dont start or something... I have the same issue with Under World 3, it will try to load it, displays some sort of symbol while it "loads" and then when its complete and it should display the menu there is only a black screen and it just sits there, no sound, nothing.
This page contains information about installing the latest Samsung BD-P1400 BD-P1400/XAZ driver downloads using the Samsung Driver Update Tool.
Samsung BD-P1400 BD-P1400/XAZ drivers are tiny programs that enable your Blu-Ray Drive hardware to communicate with your operating system software.
When you say "lots of problems", are there certain issues with each disc? I've very disappointed with this unit like a lot of other people. The latest f/w for the 1400 is version 2 released in December of 08. Do you have a network cable connected to your player? One - You could try to update the firmware using the Network update and Two - Network connection may be slowing down disc loading by looking for a disc update.
Sumsung Tech support tells me it's normal for thier players to not play some movies. Two instances of Ghostbusters - that's good information.
My player will not play the new Ghostbusters Blu Ray. Everytime I put one in it\u0027s a crap shoot which is crap for what I paid for this. I have a friend who had this player, and it's the same for him.
And its features reflect this: It lacks both Bonus View for picture-in-picture playback and BD-Live for accessing Internet-connected content.
In our image and sound quality tests, the Samsung BD-P1400 just barely nudged ahead of the Panasonic DMP-BD30, which had the' day-for-night scene (chapter 20) were exactly opposite those of the Pioneer's: We could see the characters' faces just fine, but it was so bright you'd never guess the image was supposed to be night.