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Dune Prime 3.0 : System Memory

by on Apr.27, 2010, under Uncategorized

I was having problems playing my bluray original discs on the dune prime 3.0..

chris botti fail at opening sequance 14 seconds
kingdoms of heaven fail at opening sequance 14 seconds..

after doing some research it seems the prime 3.0 needs system storage for some bluray or applicaitons..

lukily i had two usb memory sticks .. one 4gb one 8gb..
i will make the 4gb a permanent feature of my prime 3.0

reading from this website http://dune-hd.com/firmware/usb_flash_drive/#services
i download to software there…

dune_service_init_system_storage.dsf

Initializes System Storage on an empty USB flash drive (or an already existing empty HDD partition), w/o reinstalling the firmware.
NOTE: Recommended for 3.0 models only. Not recommended for 1.0/2.0 models (using this service on 1.0/2.0 models will correctly initialize System Storage, but will not install Extra Applications; Extra Applications can only be installed by updating/reinstalling the firmware).
NOTE: The USB flash drive (or an existing HDD partition) intended to become System Storage must be empty (and this USB flash drive or HDD partition must be the only empty storage attached to the player). If it is not empty, delete all files from it or reformat it first (e.g. using the player built-in format function: choose USB flash drive or HDD partition in the main menu, press INFO RC button, choose "Format Partition"). Do not put this service file to the USB flash drive you want to become System Storage; use some other USB flash drive for storing this service file!

dune_service_clear_bluray_local_storage.dsf

Clears all Blu-ray Local Storage data, keeping all other data (if any) stored on System Storage.
NOTE: It is recommended to use this service if you encounter any problems with Blu-ray playback to restore correct player operation; sometimes, Blu-ray playback problems can be caused by inconsistent or damaged Blu-ray Local Storage data. If this does not help to eliminate the problems, you can also try to completely reformat System Storage (in some cases, this also may help).

i put both of the software to the 8gb memory stick (formated fat32)

run the dune_service_init_system_storage.dsf software to initialize and format the 4gb key… and the 4gb will become a permanent feature on the prime 3.0.. go to information icon and you will see system storage is activated

the restart and tried the chris botti bluray .. still fail…

plug back the 8 gb and run dune_service_clear_bluray_local_storage.dsf software to clear all memory ..
reboot the prime 3.0 .. and run chris botti bluray .. viola .. it work… rclxms.gif

damn some learning curve using the dune.. too use to the dvico 6500a..
bang balls trying to get the stupid network shares to work when in the end it was just a simple thing to do……

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WD-TV Beta firmware v1.02!

by on Apr.24, 2009, under Tips, Uncategorized

This is a prerelease version of the firmware. Feel free to install it but be aware this is beta firmware so use it at your own risk. If you are not comfortable with this, please wait for the final version.

Prerelease 1.02.07 (includes all previously released updates)

  • Enhanced cover art, album art, and thumbnail support for media files and folders
  • Additional subtitle languages and decoding support
  • Improved media playback and navigation
  • More audio formats for MKV container
  • Fixed bugs reported by the WD TV user community

Download here…

http://support.wdc.com/download/wdtv/WDTV_FW_1_02_07.zip

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Seagate Hard Drives Giving problems

by on Jan.20, 2009, under Uncategorized

From: www. computerworld.com

Seagate Technologiesonline support forum has been riddled this week with complaints from owners of the high-capacity Barracuda 7200.11 hard drive, which in recent months had already drawn some complaints that the drive has been freezing up during data transfers or failing all together.

The company said in a statement Friday that indeed a problem has caused some drives to fail and it said it isolated the issue to a firmware bug affecting not only the 7200.11 but several other models manufactured through December 2008. Those include the DiamondMax 22, the Barracuda ES.2 SATA and the SV35.

Seagate is offering a firmware upgrade that it says will fix the issue.

Click here for more info … http://www.computerworld.com/action/article.do?command=viewArticleBasic&taxonomyName=storage&articleId=9126280&taxonomyId=19&intsrc=kc_top

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Hello world!

by on Jan.02, 2009, under Uncategorized

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging!

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