But there are still a few drawbacks with the BD60 that keep it from getting 5 stars:* Speed: the BD60 is not quite as fast to load discs as the Samsung BD-P3600 or the LG BD300, though it is faster than last year's Samsung models.(12/03/09 update - this is about 20% faster with the 2.0 firmware and above)* Limited online content: You Tube on a Blu-ray player is cool, but it doesn't compare to Netflix online streaming in terms of quality and selection of content (Netflix is available on LG and Samsung players).
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It really does not make a difference when you purchased the player – If your BD-R or BD-RE disc will not play after you’ve burned it and the firmware has not been updated, then you more than likely need to do a firmware update.
I have provided a few links to get you started but I highly suggest doing a on your Blu-ray player model.
If you're still having the same problem, then please try a few standard network troubleshooting steps: You can also contact Panasonic here to troubleshoot your specific device and settings.
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