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DMP-BD60 Blu-Ray Disc Player Firmware Installation Instructions

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

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1 Firmware History

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1.1 Applicable Models

2

1.2 Version

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1.3 Release Date

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1.4 Purpose

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2 Check Firmware Version

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3 Download Firmware

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4 Burn Firmware

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4.1 Windows ® OS CD Writing Program

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4.2 Other OS CD Writing Program

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4.3 3 rd Party CD Burning Software

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4.4 Dragging & Dropping

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5 Install Firmware

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If the Blu-Ray Disc Player is correctly connected to a home network with broadband internet access, firmware updates can be installed manually or automatically via the player without the user having to download the firmware to a computer and burn the firmware to a CD-R disc. Please see page 16 of the Operating Instructions for more information.

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Firmware History

1.1 Applicable Models

DMP-BD60, DMP-BD601, DMP-BD605 Includes models with the suffix K

1.2

Version

2.1

1.3

Release Date

5 October 2009

1.4 Purpose

Improves DVD playability.

Improves the disc reading time by an average of 5-6 seconds.

Improves the display of the Lionel Richie Live top menu.

Enables Auto Still setting in select BD discs. (Enables “Still Off" setting.)

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2

Check Firmware Version

CAUTION: If the player has the most recent firmware, there is no need to perform a firmware update.

1) Press the [POWER] button on the player to turn it ON.

2) Press the [SETUP] button on the remote control to display the player’s MENU.

3) Using

the [UP

ARROW] or [DOWN

DISPLAY and then press [OK].

ARROW] on the remote control, highlight

4) Press and hold the [STATUS] button on the remote control to display the current firmware version in the lower right corner of the DISPLAY screen.

Number displayed will be dependent upon the firmware version installed.
Number displayed will be
dependent upon the firmware
version installed.

CAUTION: Compare the current firmware version displayed to the firmware version received or downloaded. If they are the same, or the firmware version displayed in the player is higher, there is no need to install the firmware.

Reasons why the player may have a more recent firmware version:

If the player was manufactured after the firmware was released, the firmware update may have already been installed.

If the player was serviced by an authorized Panasonic service center, a service technician may have already installed the latest firmware update.

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Download Firmware

1) Left click on the DOWNLOAD icon for the DMP-BD60 Firmware.

- DMP-BD60 Blu-Ray Disc Player Firmware Update

Firmware. - DMP-BD60 Blu-Ray Disc Player Firmware Update 2) Left click on the “I agree to

2) Left click on the “I agree to the terms of use” checkbox.

3) Left click on DOWNLOAD.

4) Left click on SAVE.

3) Left click on DOWNLOAD . 4) Left click on SAVE . • The file name

The file name displayed should be PANA_DVD.FRM.

. • The file name displayed should be PANA_DVD.FRM . 5) Left click on DESKTOP ,

5) Left click on DESKTOP, and then left click on SAVE.

. 5) Left click on DESKTOP , and then left click on SAVE . NOTE: The

NOTE: The PANA_DVD.FRM firmware file will be saved to the DESKTOP.

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Burn Firmware

NOTES:

Use one of the below methods to burn the firmware file to a CD-R disc.

Use the ISO-9660 file system without using Joliet.

4.1

Windows ® OS CD Writing Program

1) Insert a blank CD-R disc into a CD Burner Drive installed in or attached to the computer.

2) If the below (or similar) screen appears (Windows XP), left click on CANCEL.

screen appears (Windows XP), left click on CANCEL . 3) Right click on the PANA_DVD.FRM file

3) Right click on the PANA_DVD.FRM file on the DESKTOP, mouse over SEND TO, and then left click on the CD BURNER DRIVE.

SEND TO , and then left click on the CD BURNER DRIVE . NOTE: If the

NOTE: If the below screen appears, left click on YES.

. NOTE: If the below screen appears, left click on YES . NOTE: The below screen

NOTE: The below screen may appear momentarily.

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4) Left click on the YOU HAVE FILES WAITING TO BE WRITTEN TO THE CD

4) Left click on the YOU HAVE FILES WAITING TO BE WRITTEN TO THE CD icon in the SYSTEM TRAY.

WAITING TO BE WRITTEN TO THE CD icon in the SYSTEM TRAY . 5) Left click

5) Left click on WRITE THESE FILES TO CD.

SYSTEM TRAY . 5) Left click on WRITE THESE FILES TO CD . 6) Type a

6) Type a name for the CD, check the CLOSE THE WIZARD AFTER THE FILES HAVE BEEN WRITTEN check box, and then left click on NEXT.

BEEN WRITTEN check box, and then left click on NEXT . NOTE: The below screen will

NOTE: The below screen will appear during the burning process.

The below screen will appear during the burning process. 7) After the PANA_DVD.FRM has been burned

7) After the PANA_DVD.FRM has been burned to the CD, the disc should automatically eject from the CD Burner Drive. If it doesn’t, manually eject the disc.

4.2 Other OS CD Writing Program

Refer to the computer’s or operating system’s owner’s manual, or HELP files for instructions on how to copy the PANA_DVD.FRM to a CD-R disc using the ISO-9660 format without using Joliet.

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4.3

3 rd Party CD Burning Software

Refer to the software application’s owner’s manual or HELP files for instructions on how to copy the PANA_DVD.FRM to a CD-R disc using the ISO-9660 format without using Joliet.

4.4 Dragging & Dropping

If an icon for the CD Burner Drive has been placed on the DESKTOP, left click on the firmware file, hold the left mouse button down, drag the file to the CD Burner Drive icon and release the left mouse button.

Refer to the software application’s owner’s manual or HELP files for instructions on how to copy the PANA_DVD.FRM to a CD-R disc using the ISO-9660 format without using Joliet.

disc using the ISO-9660 format without using Joliet . Follow the procedure beginning with STEP 4)

Follow the procedure beginning with STEP 4) under SECTION 4.1 on PAGE 6 of 8.

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Install Firmware

CAUTIONS:

The firmware update may take up to 10 minutes to install. Please be patient during the firmware installation.

Do NOT press any other buttons during the firmware update.

Do NOT power the player OFF during the firmware update.

Do NOT power the player OFF during the firmware update. 1) Press the [POWER] button on

1) Press the [POWER] button on the Blu-Ray Disc Player to turn it ON, if it is not already powered ON.

2) Press the [OPEN/CLOSE] button to open the disc tray.

3) Load the CD with the firmware update into the disc tray.

4) Press the [OPEN/CLOSE] button to close the disc tray.

NOTES:

After the disc tray closes, the player will first display BYE on the front panel display, automatically turn itself OFF, restart again within a few seconds, and begin installing the firmware update from the CD.

If the player does not restart automatically following powering OFF, press the [POWER] button on the main unit to turn it ON.

During the installation process you’ll see various messages flash on the front panel display.

If the firmware version in the unit is the same as or higher than the firmware CD, UNSUPPORT will scroll across the front panel display. In this case, an update is unnecessary. Please remove the disc.

case, an update is unnecessary. Please remove the disc. 5) When the firmware installation is complete,

5) When the firmware installation is complete, FINISH will be displayed on the front panel

and the disc tray will open automatically. button.)

(If it doesn’t, press the [OPEN/CLOSE]

button.) (If it doesn’t, press the [OPEN/CLOSE] 6) Remove the firmware update CD, but do not

6) Remove the firmware update CD, but do not close the disc tray.

7) Press the [POWER] button to turn the power OFF. close and the unit will power OFF.

The disc tray will automatically

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