04-12-2011 02:26 PM
Anyone with a Blackarmor 110 in combination with a Philips TV (in my case 7605) with DLNA function?
After a long time I discovered that the Blackarmor causes the Philips TV to crash. Whenever using the DLNA, NetTV (Philips' internet television) or simply when watching digital television the TV blanks, resets and displays a message about a channel update ('zenderupdate' in Dutch).
Tried disabling all Blackarmor services and setting the device to static IP (my TV as well). But no effect. Does anyone have any idea what could be causing this problem? Or is it the 110 and Philips TV simply don't go along on a single network?
09-10-2011 03:27 PM
I have the same problem with a Black Armor 220 and a PFL7606 Philips TV. With Black Armor attached to network, the TV crashes after a short time. Without the NAS it works fine. Who causes the problem? Is it Philips who is responsible for this or is it the Seagate Black Armor. With my Sony TV there are no problems using the Black Armor 220.
09-11-2011 02:31 PM
09-30-2011 09:53 PM
Have similar problems in combination with BlackArmor 110 and Philips 46PFL9705H/12. TV do quick reboot in unpredictable intervals while watching movie from NAS over DLNA, while watching movie through DLNA, where PC with TVersity is streaming media from NAS or local storage. TV reboots also while watching movie from USB storage directly connected to TV or even while watching Free to Air digital TV.
These symptoms are present in all connectivity methods for TV - wired or wireless. After NAS shutdown there is no such problems.
Is there any solution, as Philips TV was working without any problems before I installed Blackarmor on my network, even with streaming media playback?
10-01-2011 11:56 AM
10-05-2011 01:24 AM - edited 10-05-2011 01:26 AM
new firmware is out, i'll check as soon as possible whether this realese also fixes the issues with Philips tv's
Version: BA NAS 400 series – 4000.1281Release Notes:
There are new features and bugs fixes for the entire line up as well as some new features thatwill only be for the BA NAS 400 series product.
1. Support for MAC OS Lion’s Apple Time Machine
2.Server Configuration Tool:○ Simplify multiple unit deployment- VAR / System Integrators- ROBO business
3. New Kernel which provides increased performance and security
● New Linux Kernel - version 18.104.22.168 with LSP version 5.1.3
● Increased Security by upgraded to php version 4.4.9 Increased performance:
● Significant increases in performance
iSCSI read - 100% increase
iSCSI write - 35% increase
SAMBA read - 15% increase
SAMBA write - 10% increase
Bug Fix:New shares created with this firmware will be able to delete hidden / system files (.tb files)
10-05-2011 04:50 AM
Before was WRT54GL running DD-WRT, but this router died in 3 weeks, after BlackArmor NAS 110 was installed, no TV crashes discovered with this router, now TL-WR1043ND running latest DD-WRT (DD-WRT v24-sp2 (06/14/11) std (SVN revision 17201))
10-09-2011 10:59 AM
Thought I'd give it a try with a new firmware out for both the 110 (.1221) and the 7605H TV (.40). After updating I set both devices to static IP. I disabled the NAS media service
Unfortunately the problem's still there albeit in a less frequent manner (at least that's how I experience it now... perhaps it wasn't as bad then as I thought it was ;-))
Anyway: the most recent updates don't fix the problem...
10-25-2011 03:55 AM
I have the same problem with a BA NAS 110 and a Philips 47PFL7696K (identical with 47PFL7606K) TV. If the NAS is connected to the network the TV resets and restarts from time to time. It is possible to look photos or to hear mp3 from the NAS but only some minutes. Then the TV crashes again.
Additionally I have a Philips home cinema system HTS7201 connected with the TV. It has an own network connection and this works well. If I disconnect the TV from the network I can hear mp3 or look photos from the NAS via the HTS7201 without problems.
Is there a solution? Or only waiting for the next firmware update?