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The product notified me of an update. They have good quality.GLenn Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 12. They developed tools and tests to help companies with this. Hopefully a software update will improve on the TotalMedia Theaters ability to play profile 1.0 bonus material. this content

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For example instead of the BLU-RAY discs automatically starting when inserted the disc, one needs to manually click on the desktop icon after inserting a BLU-RAY disc. it only happens when i run PowerDVD to play a movie, that is about it.. All is good. Ravenger, Sep 17, 2010 #25 andy o Well-Known Member Anyone tried this with the new 260.63 beta drivers?

LiteOn 18 X SATA DVD-ROM. 6. 24 inch Samsung T240 monitor. 1920 X 1200 LCD monitor can only be refresh at 60Hz for 1080P mode. 7. Re: Blue screen crash during BluRay playback Spoot51 Sep 3, 2010 8:29 AM (in response to ECBowen) No, system has not ever crashed except for when described above. Assuming, at this point, I had somehow contracted a virus (even though I do not surf on this system), I attempted to run http://housecall.trendmicro.com/. I clicked to install the update which updated the software to the latest version.

The computer started having problems rebooting and locking up because the memory chips could no longer handle 12GB at 1600MHZ with only 1.70 Volts applied to the chips. Also the Cyberlink software has been sketchy at times in previous versions so that has to be looked at as well. Show 13 replies 1. https://www.tenforums.com/bsod-crashes-debugging/37493-cyberlink-powerdvd-15-ultra-bsod-when-playing-blu-ray-dvds.html I do not plan to update it too often.

I'm completely at a loss. andy o, Sep 18, 2010 #28 kjohn New Member I have the same problem, EVGA geforce 460 gtx and HP 240i BD combo drive. The video and audio settings in the software need to be checked. I even tested them in an extreme high temperature environment over several weeks and this X58 EVGA motherboard and OCZ memory holds up very good with no liquid cooling even at

I 'm beginning to think it's CyberLink related. https://forum.redfox.bz/threads/powerdvd-8-blue-screens-when-playing-a-blu-ray.42386/page-2 i recently had a ati card istalled and unsure if its because old drivers maybe interfering with my nvidia drivers. (allthough i did erase the CCC and drivers for ati. What is your audio interface? There is an issue, I believe with this particular BD disc and PowerDVD.

I have build 9.0.4322.52. news Computer Type: PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number: Custom Built OS: Windows 10 Pro 64 bit CPU: Intel Core i7 5820K 3.30 GHZ 64 bit 6-Core Processor Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-X99-UD3 Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws Microsoft got sick and tired of being blamed for IHVs and others writing buggy kernel mode processes and then people blaming Microsoft for the crashing. They have buggy code that fails to pass Microsofts standards and tests.

Since I plan on using Cyberlink PowerDVD Ultra version 8 for all my future BLU-RAY disc playbacks on the PC there is always a possibility I could run in to a Here is the hardware used to compare everything. 1. 10,000 RPM 300GB hard drive 2. Hello, Yeah sorry I saw that but it did not sound like it would resolve the issue and with the problems I am having I did not know if it was have a peek at these guys Based on this the audio is the first probable culprit and should be ruled out first.

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It then prompted me to reboot, which I did, and encountered the same issue. nviddmkm.sys we know this is related to NVIDIA Driver have you updated it recently ? It is these files that we need (not the folder). Last edited: Sep 2, 2010 slamscaper, Sep 2, 2010 #22 lemmons New Member So I heard back from Cyberlink (within 12 hours) and they were very quick to deny that the

The load times were 10 seconds or less for most BLU-RAY discs. I did contact Cyberlink, and their response was utterly generic - re-install drivers, change screen resolution, etc. Downloaded latest NVidia driver v260.99 for my GTX 480 and OS. 3. http://quodsoftware.com/bsod-when/bsod-when-playing-oblivion.html And so far that is working beautifully.

So running at 1.84 volts setting (1.88 Volts actual) is needed now to handle 12GB at 1600MHZ since the chips are getting older. Steve Smith View Public Profile Send a private message to Steve Smith Find More Posts by Steve Smith 06-12-2016, 04:31 AM #208 rollinwith26s Senior Member Member since:May 2010 The Quickplay software was updated to the latest version using the easy to use automatic software update feature. It took a minute or two minutes to download HD video clips to my computer using this software.

I would be very grateful if anyone has some ideas how to fix this? The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... I'd suggest anyone else who has the same problem to raise a technical report with nVidia, as it's their driver that's crashing.

Software and Apps DivX and PowerDVDFolks, I have PowerDVD Ultra 15 installed. One person I built a PC for several months ago that uses the X58 motherboard with 12GB of memory started turning the computer on and off every day. EVerything in my build has run perfectly but I get the BSOD whenever I try to view a Bluray. Just like Vista demanded a lot of PC ram and processing power, Windows 7 Ultimtate 64 bit Edition uses a little more processing power and memory compared to Vista Ultimate 64

Of course hard drives and DDR3 in a computer are faster compared to 16GB USB flash memory attached to the Sony BDP-S350. Thanks in advance?? My drive is also from LG. When I checked the PC out the memory test showed that the PC was running fine with no errors but it sometimes would have trouble loading windows and freezing.

Software and Apps BSOD playing video games such as Cs:Go etc. I have heard Dolby Headphone tracks mixed in the studio and they sound better compared to a home player trying to mix the surround channels down to two channels for a kjohn, Oct 6, 2010 #33 kornnutcase New Member Hello Everyone, I have the exact same problem, I have just build a new machine:- Intel I7 950 Asus Rampage iii gene Gainward Just hope we can get a fix I have ran a burn in test using the Sandra software and my system BSOD again during the video benchmarks:- 101110-9594-01.dmp 11/10/2010 20:38:30 0x00000116

The $119.99 Total Media Extreme is mainly for someone that has a BLU-RAY burner and wants to edit and create their own home made family HD videos.