Pioneer BDP-320

I bought a second hand Pioneer BDP-320 , but the remote control is not responding, only the on/off button works. (batteries are new) When I start the player its comes with the navi setup screen, cannot select anything. Is there a solution for this? Is the remote control to be replaced? Or is the unit defect? I have a remote control with p/n VXX3318.
Can I use thsi player in Europe? Or plays it only NTSC discs?

With regards
Dick

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  • rooftop59
    rooftop59 Posts: 7,246
    killerby wrote: »
    I bought a second hand Pioneer BDP-320 , but the remote control is not responding, only the on/off button works. (batteries are new) When I start the player its comes with the navi setup screen, cannot select anything. Is there a solution for this? Is the remote control to be replaced? Or is the unit defect? I have a remote control with p/n VXX3318.
    Can I use thsi player in Europe? Or plays it only NTSC discs?

    With regards
    Dick

    If u have a universal remote handy give that a try. If it doesn’t work either then your likely out of luck.

    As for the Europe questions, consult the Manual which is readily available online…
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  • killerby
    killerby Posts: 5
    I have ordered a new remote control, hopefully this is the solution
  • killerby
    killerby Posts: 5
    problem solved, but how can i update the software from 3.25d to 3.64?
    online update not possible, stops after 1 sec. downloads nothing.
    Can I update thru usb disk? I have the iso update file?
    How do I do this?

    Regards Dick
  • pitdogg2
    pitdogg2 Posts: 19,266
    My oppo 205 I downloaded to a thumb drive and installed that way. That way if ever needed you still have the file/files to do it again.
  • Hermitism
    Hermitism Posts: 3,675
    Just in case the original owner didn't give you the owner's manual, here is a link to the manual in .pdf, in case you have questions about the settings, specs, troubleshooting, factory resetting, etc.

    https://www.pioneerelectronics.com/ephox/StaticFiles/Manuals/Home/BDP-320_OperatingInstructions0223.pdf
  • killerby
    killerby Posts: 5
    recognised not the usb drive.
  • killerby
    killerby Posts: 5
    Update thru the internet don't work, I think the site is down from Pioneer.