- Stability of copying function on DVD
- Turn on the main unit.
- Press the [FUNCTION MENU] button on the remote control to open the display menu screen.
- Using the Up and Down cursor buttons on the remote control, select the "Setup" tab.
- Using the Up and Down cursor buttons, select the "Basic Settings" tab.
- Using the Up and Down cursor buttons, select the "Others" tab.
- Select the "System Information" tab. The current firmware version for your recorder will be displayed at the top of the screen (e.g. "1.00").
- Please make note of this version number.
- Please compare this firmware version number to the version number of the firmware currently installed in your Panasonic DVD Recorder.
- If the version of the firmware installed on your Panasonic DVD Recorder and the latest firmware version available are the same
- >> No update is necessary
- If the version of the firmware installed on your Panasonic DVD Recorder is lower than the latest version available
- >> Update is recommended - Please continue
- NOTE: The firmware for your Panasonic DVD Recorder may not need to be updated even though a firmware update has been released - for example.
- NOTE: If your Panasonic DVD Recorder was manufactured after the firmware was released and the firmware update has already been installed.
- NOTE: If your Panasonic DVD Recorder was serviced by an authorized Panasonic service technician the recorder was updated with the latest firmware.
- Download the Firmware
- If the firmware update SD memory card has write errors, it will not be readable by the Panasonic DVD Recorder and you will not be able to update the firmware.
- Prepare a SD memory card with the capacities from 128MB to 2GB. (You can not use SDHC or SDXC memory card.)
- Confirm definitely that you have no problem if the original contents in the SD memory card are deleted.
- Format the SD memory card by FAT file system on a Microsoft Windows PC.
- (Please do not format by NTFS or exFAT file system.)
- Copy "PANA_ESD.FRM" file which was decompressed in Step 4 to Root of the SD memory card.
- Insert the SD memory card for firmware update to SD card slot of the Panasonic DVD Recorder.
- The Panasonic DVD Recorder will first display "BYE" on the front panel display, automatically turn itself off and then, within a few seconds, restart again and automatically start installing the firmware from the firmware update SD memory card.
- NOTE: If the Panasonic DVD Recorder does not restart automatically after it has turned off, please press [POWER] on the Panasonic DVD Recorder - the Panasonic DVD Recorder will then restart and install the firmware update as normal.
- The time to complete the firmware update will vary, In case of the Panasonic DVD Recorder : 2 - 3 minutes.
- Please be patient during the firmware upgrade!
- NOTE: During the update process, various messages will show on the front panel display of the Panasonic DVD Recorder.
- When the firmware update is completed, "FINISH" is displayed on the front panel display of the Panasonic DVD Recorder.
- Please remove the firmware update SD memory card and turn off power with the power button of the Panasonic DVD Recorder.
- The firmware update installation procedure is now complete.
- The time to complete the firmware update will vary. In case of the Panasonic DVD Recorder : 2 - 3 minutes.
- During the firmware update procedure, do not turn the Panasonic DVD Recorder off nor disconnect AC power.
- Do not press any buttons ,except as instructed.
- Failure to do so may result in the Panasonic DVD Recorder becoming unresponsive which will require repair.
- When the firmware update finishes successfully, set contents on the unit such as First setup, TV-Guide and Timer Rec. program etc, do not change.
Installing a firmware update for your Media Player improves the general user experience by adding new features, fixing bugs, and enhancing the compatibility of your device, in order to play various formats of audio and video content.
By updating your Media Player, you can actually prolong the device's life because, this way, it will be in sync with the new industry standards for content creation.
However, the process of updating your device is a risky one if not done according to strict instructions, such as: make sure that the firmware you have downloaded is compatible with your device, and don't interfere with the player during the update process.
The most common method of upgrading your Media Player is by using a USB stick or update DVD. Although this process is very straightforward, each device has certain particularities that you must take into account.
If you consider using this update for your Media Player, feel free to click the download button, install the firmware and enjoy. Check out our website as often as possible to keep your Media Player up to date with the latest software and firmware.
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