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Many people consider Blu Ray players to be static devices that require no additional maintenance after purchase.
I just spent an hour piecing together an answer to this problem but I have the fix - here it is for everone else that is Googling the same problem.
Basically, the Blu Ray player needs to check the time with a source on the internet.
Information about the BDP-320 latest firmware update: For more details, please refer to the support information.
Information about the BDP-23FD latest firmware update: For more details, please refer to the support information.
To fix this problem, you have to add an exception in your ROUTER'S settings that opens port 123 to the blu-ray player's IP address.
I googled my router and "open port" to find instructions for my router (a Fritz Box), but your router will obviously be different.
Information about the BDP-95FD latest firmware update: For more details, please refer to the support information.
Firmware upgrades can also enable new features and playback capabilities. If you have access to the Internet, your Blu Ray player can update it's firmware by dialing in to the server at the manufacturer.
Plug an Ethernet cable into the Ethernet port on the back of the Blu Ray player and plug the other end of the cable into your wireless router or modem.
I'm having the same problem, yet nothing seems to be working.
I've power cycled, hard reset, uninstalled then reinstalled from store etc..