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Thread: Highlander dvx 5758 on screen timer won't turn off

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    Highlander dvx 5758 on screen timer won't turn off

    I have just bought a Highlander DVX 5758 DVD player for my outdoor entertaining area. I've had this brand before so know they can be a bit hit and miss. Luckily this one seems ok. However. There is an issue with playing Divx files both on disc or via the USB slot and that is that you cannot turn off the on screen timer. No problem turning off when playing a DVD but with divx / avi files when you press the OSD button in merely toggles between elapsed and remaining. Having read through the forum I see that this is a Chinese quirk and other players do the same thing. I also saw that a firmware upgrade for an XMD player solved the issue and as these units are very similar is there a fix for this issue with the Highlander. Any help greatly appreciated

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    Argh- its the quirks that give them personality, sorry I dont have a fix for you, good luck finding one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stifler View Post
    There is an issue with playing Divx files both on disc or via the USB slot and that is that you cannot turn off the on screen timer
    Well I've got some good news for you. I just purchased 3 of these units and e-mailed support@lbau.com.au to query them for a fix (they're the distributor). There is a fix - I've tested it and it works a treat. Even fixed the spelling error of "Waitting" being a double t!

    You can e-mail them yourself and get the instructions, but I'll post the instructions there along with a link to a file sharing download for you.

    1. Saved the MTK.bin files into your desktop.
    2. Burn MTK.bin image files attached onto CD (DO NOT RENAME THE FILE)
    3. When using NERO burning software – during the Final Burn settings you must rename the Disc Name to 1389M (MAKE SURE THERE ARE NO SPACES BEFORE OR AFTER THE TITLE AND USE small LETTERS ONLY)
    4. Once completed, insert the CD into DVD 5758 tray
    5. Follow the instruction to start the firmware upgrade
    6. When the disc tray automatically open, please remove the disc from the tray
    7. Note: You can also use usb flash disk, Just copy the attached file on USB and Rename usb drive as 1389M

    I personally used the flash drive option and they're all dandy now.

    File to download that they gave me - http://www.filefactory.com/file/a1fe299/n/MTK.BIN

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