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When I use Cyberlink BD Adviser, I pass everything except for Video Connection Type, which says "Digital (Without HDCP)." When I attempt to play a Blu-Ray while it is plugged into G "LG Firmware"? Follow 3 answers 3 Report Abuse Are you sure you want to delete this answer? Attached are my BDAdvisor Logs. navigate here

I wouldn't endorse downloading it, it'd be faster to just download some free software and rip the disc since he bought it. jamesd1981, Jul 25, 2013 #17 Origin Saint Well-Known Member Messages: 994 Nope. That model is HDCP capable. Would appreciate any help. http://www.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/27372.page;jsessionid=DC9AFDF1366A8C20016269734B5BC7B8

But that's not supposed to be true! My copy plays back fine in PDVD 10Click to expand... jamesd1981, Jul 25, 2013 #11 Origin Saint Well-Known Member Messages: 994 Yeah, I'll give that a try Origin Saint, Jul 25, 2013 #12 jamesd1981 Active Member Messages: 2,643 Logging off James, Feb 5, 2011 #3 Cephalod Member Adbear said: ↑ What hardware are you using?

That is, it works on my system (but with a different video setup... This answered my question Reply Solution Chosen by Jorge Jorge Newbie Private Message Joined: May 22, 2008 10:18 Messages: 4 Offline Jun 21, 2010 18:11 Im Sorry you may have missinterprited I have used it multiple times to play Blu-Ray films through HDMI connection on two different televisions, One, being a Element 32" HDTV and the other being a Insignia 22" HDTV. I tried playing the hd-dvd via a vga cable (had to install powerdvd to see what error it would throw!), it said i needed critical software update to ensure proper playback

Here are my relevant high-level configuration details: Mobo: Intel DQ35MP / Intel Dual-Core E8400 @ 3 Ghz / 2GB Corsair RAM OS: Windows XP Pro SP3 Video card (substituting for on-board Then I get Pirate Radio and I'm getting the same problem. You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. their explanation DrinkLyeAndDie, Feb 5, 2011 #9 Cephalod Member Problem resolved Hi guys, just to let you know, the latest update to PowerDVD resolved my problem.

I'll try out your suggestions tonight. But I am currently downloading it from the HP Support Software and Drivers section of their website. I was just wondering because I would imagine if it's playing on one TV but not the other that it would have to be the TV. Try it with a music CD and a standard DVD first...

You guys are all I got lol. https://www.avforums.com/threads/error-0107-powerdvd-playback-on-blu-ray-drive.600349/ See: Samsung 245BW Quick Guide and: Full Specs Since the error message suggested it, I ran the "BD/HD Advisor tool", and it reported everything was fine except for one item: The Get a copy of MPClassic Home Cinema which has all codecs built into the executable and see if it will play your DVDs. Forum Forum Index Today's Posts New Posts Software All tools / Search tool Popular tools Portable tools DVD Hacks DVD Players DVD Media Guides All guides Articles Authoring Capture Converting Editing

ya just gottal love open source...) The version you want is... check over here The software installed ok, but i cant play a HD-DVD (havent tried blu-ray as i have none!) My LG is recognised in device manager as is working ok (it will play Say's it can not play the protected content on your digital output device. This answered my question Reply Solution Chosen by Jorge Jeliaz Newbie Private Message Joined: May 04, 2012 22:05 Messages: 1 Offline May 04, 2012 22:16 Hello, AnyDVD fixed the issue for

Origin Saint, Jul 25, 2013 #18 Origin Saint Well-Known Member Messages: 994 Well I finished downloading and re-installed PowerDVD 10 annnnd..... Origin Saint, Jul 25, 2013 #16 jamesd1981 Active Member Messages: 2,643 Well if it worked with mac blu ray player then you can be sure all your hardware is fine both As AnyDVD is a trial version was wondering what would I need to do after 21 days it expires. his comment is here I downloaded AnyDVDHD from SlySoft.com and now when I load a Blu-Ray AnyDVD scans it, unlocks it and PowerDVD automaticly starts up and starts playing it.

Hard drive full? Ahh there are two versions... 6.4.1 (I think) that is Media Player Classic and it does require the KLite pack. No error with AnyDVD enabled/running, just empty display, no progress during play of main movie (time remains at zero, trailers play fine).

Version 13 is the latest, so 10 may not be supported anymore.

There is some setup to do but once you suss it out it's a very good player. After checking it out I can say that's the exact same player included in the K-Lite Codec pack... I have also rolled my drivers back and updated them to the newest beta version multiple times and retried, also with no avail. The only thing I noticed was that when I'm in the Settings section of the menus, there's options for Time, Menu Settings, Input Labels, but also one for Computer Settings, but

I've been using it over VLC because of some image quality (loss of aliasing, sharpness) issues with Windows 7 and NVIDIA hardware that they still haven't fixed. However, after a fresh reboot the PowerDVD 9 does not work and gives the same error. I sent the movie back unwatched not wanting to deal with it. weblink Open device manager, locate the DVD drive, right click it and set the region for wherever you are.

Will give it a shot now.Click to expand... However, when ever I click on a video file …… CyberLink Member Zone. In my case the error had nothing to do with using a digital signal !!!!! Origin Saint, Jul 25, 2013 #19 jamesd1981 Active Member Messages: 2,643 Spirit maybe right about the drop of support as everything else has been eliminated, the only thing i can suggest

You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB.