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 Apr 16, 2007 - 12:00 PM - by Michael
* Sony's "not so compatible" DVDs

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Playstation2/Sony
It appears Sony's done it again - some of their newer DVD products are not actually compatible with the DVD format and are not working correctly in even Sony DVD players:

Sony Tech: We know about this problem. Its our new copy protection that?s making these discs unplayable in some players including our own, we do not intend to change the copy protection. The only correction to this problem is a firmware update to your player. The electronics division know about this and should have given you this information.

Me: OK send me the firmware update.

Sony Tech: We do not have one as yet.

 

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