Problems with BD discs from BB? (1 Viewer)

mhowie

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Tried to watch "The Adjustment Bureau" tonight-- wouldn't play on one of my BD players (Panasonic DMP-BD35) and only made it through 27 minutes on my LG BD-570 before freezing.

Cleaned the disc, etc. and got the same result.

Are problem discs a frequent issue with BB? In over two years with Netflix I never received a bad disc.

Thanks.
 

KAB

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Adjustment Bureau is a Universal BD and I have (twice) recently had problems with them on my BD30, one not playing as you experienced. I suspect am authoring problem on their end, not being compatible with older players.
 
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Ray M

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Some of the newer BD require memory on the player older players and even the cheaper new ones don't have the required memory although you can add a USB drive for memory.For me the only problems have been getting the menus to load, except Pandorra that needed memory available to play a 2gb USB drive fixed it for me.
 

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It's definetely a problem with that movie I have seen other posts at other sites talking about it. The blu-ray by mail has been a tremenous bonus for us.
 

wilme2

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Universal BDs are very memory intensive. I have a DMP-BD35 and will check when I get this movie in. (It is down the queue a bit.)
I don't think I ever added memory to my Panasonic Blu-Ray player, although doing so on my other (Dune Prime 3.0) players fixed the Universal issue.
 

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