There is no current option, however, that we found that enabled 1080p/24fps playback with the 24p-capable displays we used.
Your drivers are now up to date and your device should now be working exactly as it should.
Drivers are pieces of software that allow the computer itself to interact with a hardware device.
Alternately, such information may be saved on a USB flash drive connected to the player's USB port.
The player therefore meets the hardware requirements for Profile 1.1 or even Profile 2—profiles required to make full use of the BD-Java features beginning to show up on some discs.
Dual Operation I also had no problems with disc loading times.
There's no lightning speed here to compare with DVD loading on standard definition players, but the results were typical of the best standalone HD players I have tested in both formats.
All it appears to lack, at present, is the appropriate firmware.
LG Electronics suggests in the manual that these profiles "could be supported through updating the player's firmware later." As with any next-gen disc player, I would not assume that this firmware is a given when making a purchase decision—note the use of the word "could." But hopefully it will come soon.
Driver Assist performs an in-depth scan of your entire system and all devices attached to it and verifies that you have the latest and most compatible drivers installed.
It determines which drivers are missing, corrupt or obsolete.
The simplest and fastest way to resolve driver related issues is to download Driver Assist and follow the instructions.