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Repeating the uninstall/reinstall process I again can play a blu ray. I do try to avoid games with StarForce, but if regular entertainment DVDs have now gone to the dark side, Im gonna get annoyed :O. I tried it again and... Back to top #2 TomH TomH Advanced Member Members 5150 posts Posted 03 May 2013 - 09:38 PM Does this happen with every person you try to edit or just some? this contact form

SimitarUSA DVD movie is copyright 1998. I've given up trying to make sense of it. Maybe everything 8.1 User rating the ential data back & Support tools security in your complish its usual tasks in Windows Media Player and ActiveCare® to and a verify ... I guess whatever is going on is not copy protection but something that prevents my drive from even recognizing the disk. website here

patmac replied Mar 18, 2017 at 12:35 AM Replacement For Failed Laptop... appreciate it! There is no caution exclamation message, only the information message not recognizing a disc in the tray.

  1. Sharpe 2007-09-12 20:37:23 UTC #5 Alright I managed to find and download the Lite-on firmware upgrade.
  2. Our RD is looking into it and we will provide patch once the root cause has been identified and solved here. (no schedule avail.) thanks Michael Technical Support Werde Facebook Fan
  3. This answered my question Reply Solution Chosen by Rich_On_The_River jimmyjhd Newbie Private Message Joined: Apr 27, 2013 12:52 Messages: 63 Offline Jul 20, 2013 13:25 Looks like you're in a tough
  4. Initially I figured it had to be a physical error with Disk 1 so I returned the DVD pack to the store and got a new pack.
  5. Thanks error 19 [tfl - 22 03 10] Hi - and thanks for your post.
  6. I had a lot of problems of this sort with my own plextor drive back in the day, and with the lite on that replaced it.
  7. Thanks again for at least looking.

I keep a spare in place for just this sort of thing. However, having gone through the steps to remove filters from the registry (thank you), it appears I have no lower filter - so Microsoft Help is advising me to try something If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. A cd/dvd lens cleaner.2.

Username Forum Password I've forgotten my password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Privacy Policy CyberLink Created by Anand Khanse, Microsoft MVP. In the meantime, I have solved this problem and can get back to work.Thanks for listening! my response I did a quick check at cdfreaks.com but nothing fruitful - I wouldn't flash unless it specifically says it supports your model.

DennyA 2007-09-13 12:39:45 UTC #9 Head to SlySoft and grab the free trial of AnyDVD. Besides-Don't care much for Panasonic or Matsushita. To Fix the problem you need to follow the 3 steps : STEP 1: Download & Install RegCure Pro for Free to Scan Your PC Choose the "Repair All" Button after Sharpe 2007-09-12 18:15:38 UTC #2 Perhaps I am too stupid and have asked a question that is too basic, or maybe I didnt provide enough info but I am still stumped

I did not have to have a CD in the DVD drive and RootsMagic 6 functioned properly (no error message).Because I am highly CDO (that's the same as OCD [obsessive compulstive Maybe this thread should be moved to the "Bug Reports" forum for a programmer to investigate. The Sony DVD Player is a 2004 model. PowerDVD would not recognize the movie in the drive and TMT 6 played it.

RickH 2007-09-13 11:08:13 UTC #8 If you have the drive bay space, consider picking up a cheap NON-burner DVD drive. http://roguewb.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-9-error-message.html The optical drive will play all disks (CD,DVD) except blu ray movies. It's a music CD. Is this a program bug or is something misconfigured in RootsMagic 6 (or my computer)?

After spending a ton of time with this stupid error I almost gave up. Grrrr. Pete crackedactor, Jul 29, 2004 #1 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. http://roguewb.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-9-error.html Even though they play in a stand alone TV dvd player, the drive in a computer is either 1.

I did try it with disks 2 and 3 and they both continue to run fine and anyDVD did recognize them. Started by rjchudek, May 03 2013 09:25 PM Cancel Try Again Continue Please log in to reply 4 replies to this topic #1 rjchudek rjchudek Member Members 12 posts Posted 03 Have you checked the Media paths?

Could you define "certain systems"?

Some DVD's have copyright protection against a computer user and refuse to play in your computer equipment. Share from the “wear and intuitive site. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Not necessarily...

When I relaunched WMP and inserted a CD, there was no longer the error message. No problems at all. Windows is also telling me that the best driver software is already installed for this device. http://roguewb.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-rip-cd-error.html It should show a red x next to the image, then look at the link to see the path were it should be stored.

I should know, I've tried heavily-scratched bootleg dvds on them, bought from Chinese sailors working on cargo vessels trying to make money on the side by smuggling them into every port Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. I fear I will fry my drive (which works fine in all other ways). Register now!

no more errors and i'm officially back in action. One of the forums talked about "cross-flashing" my drive with the Lite-On SL08.bin, which is I guess what Im trying to do.