Originally Posted by Gojirosan
As I said, the firmware is up to date.
OK, so I reset my Toshiba to Region B and they work. That's Toshiba, who are part of the same company as Samsung...
So, beware if you have a Samsung BD player.
Not very happy with this.
I'll drop a line to Samsung
Originally Posted by Steel76
Sorry to say this, but, Samsung players are notorious for having problems with some discs and needs constant updating. I´ve owned two different models myself a while back, and all the bullshit drove me nuts. And from complaints from friends who own them and from the forums around the world, most of their models seem to crap out from time to time.
6 years since the launch of the format, they still haven´t gotten their shit together. Sure, some of the other companies have their share of problems at times, but Samsung are experts at this.
You might have to wait for another update before this is resolved, and they´re not exactly quick coming out with new ones
I own a Samsung BD-C5300 and I never ever had the slightest problem. Maybe Demons
and Demons 2
will be the first discs that cause trouble.