Updating firmware on sony bdp s300
Apparently all updates: "Improves BD-Java compatibility to enhance interactivity with some BD-ROMs." By giving me just a little more info I'd actually know if I needed it. The speed isn't terrible, but its annoying at times.I think the only updates we will ever see are java updates.By the way, Img Burn also supports the Vista 64-bit OS.I could not find a "burn image" on my cd burn program either. On Sony's page there was a note about checking the disk name to see if the disk burned correctly, mine retained the file name so I was afraid to try it for my Mom's machine. I gave up on making the 300's update disk and ordered it from Sony.when attempting to play "The Guardian" and "World Trade Center" i have the player freeze on the "your movie is about to start" resulting in me having to turn off/on the player, basically theses 2 titles dont play anymore when they have done with previous firmware versions, not only that but MOST blu rays i attempt to play the "player" freezes resulting in me having to power of the player, keep it powered off for 30 seconds, turn it back on and it plays.
What good are to great audio features if it slows down the loading of the movie?EXE Version : 3.70 Last Modified : 12/20/2007 Size : 52.24 MB and I can't find "burn image" as an option... EXE Version : 3.70 Last Modified : 12/20/2007 Size : 52.24 MB and I can't find "burn image" as an option... "An ISO image is a file that contains all the information necessary to duplicate the contents of a disc.I ordered the Firmware CD from sony online............Your firmware may already be up to date, especially if you have a new Blu-ray player model. What you need: We recommend you use the internet to update if you can. You'll download the update to your computer, transfer it to a USB memory device, then transfer it to your Blu-ray player.
If you're not sure, it's easy to check which version of firmware you have: We recommend this method as it's the simplest way to update. First set up the equipment, then download the update over the internet to your Blu-ray player.But I used a dvd-r and worked fine the couple times I updated it.