06-21-2009 06:11 PM
06-24-2009 11:58 PM
Hey did you do the firmware update yet? I did with mine and I'm having the same prob with my NS-2BRDVD, it gives me a IP address and test fine as well, but when I put in a disk w/ BD live it say's that I don't have any internet.........and I tested it 3 times, I hope someone can fill me on what I'm missing here as well....
07-22-2009 12:20 PM
07-22-2009 05:09 PM
Hello Ciscofxb and all,
In order to use the BD Live functionality, a USB flash drive must be inserted into the port on the pack of the unit. An updated owner's manual is available for download from the product support page that offers instructions on how to use this functionality (page 7). I hope this helps. If you have additional concerns, please do not hesitate to let us know!
07-24-2009 01:16 PM
07-29-2009 06:56 PM
The links you sent are for an another model "NS-2BRDVD". And.. . in the 'NS-BDLIVE01' support page refers to the same Firmware disc ISO file than "NS-2BRDVD". Does this firmware works for both models?
By the way, what is the difference between "BD-live" player and "BD-live READY" player? This is because the 'NS-BDLIVE01' model feature page says:
BD-live ready: YES
What is required to enable "BD-live"?
07-31-2009 05:01 PM
Hi Ciscofxb and jcxny,
Although most flash drives should work, we are unable to test them all.
Please make sure they are formatted in FAT, FAT16 or FAT32.
Also, keep in mind you need to do the firmware update in order to use the BD-live functionality (this applies to both models).
If you still experience the same issue, please call our support line for a USB extension cable that should resolve the issue.
The firmware update is the same and works for both models.
BD-live ready: YES means the player has the necessary hardware for using the BD-live feature while BD-live: NO means it's not enabled yet. That's why you are unable to use BD-live until you do the firmware update (which enables the feature).
08-02-2009 07:44 AM
I have a usb stick currently attached to the player and still nothing.... it says it has a IP address, conectivity is good but sometimes is says "player not connected to internet" or "not enough room for BD live update" **i have a 8 gig stick in the back. Any help would be appreciated ...
This would be easier if the USB port was on the front, that why got a USB extension cable to be able to work it from the front. When you plug in your Flash drive a menu pops up asking you if want to use the drive for file play back or storage. Once you make a choice it remains at those settings until you unplug the drive and plug it back in. You might have yours set to file play back. Try unplugging the drive and plug it back in , choosing the storage option. don't know if unplugging the uint from power will cause the same of effect of causing the menu to pop up . ( if easier) but you can try.