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1st December 2010 at 22:46 in reply to: Blue Ray Disc Playback without PowerDVD or WinDVD? #50309
I can totally see why this issue would be frustrating to you. If you’ve got a system that you utilize often, you’re better off keeping off any sort of hefty programs that will hinder the quality of your work process. If you have little ram to spare, you’re better off keeping certain programs off. I’m not entirely sure if the VLC player has blue ray playback, but judging by how awesome they are, they may have this feature in the next few months to a year. Keep an eye out as this program runs well and is fairly small.
It’s been about a month since you last updated this thread. Did you ever get this issue taken care of? I’m interested to know because this seems more like a hardware issue than a software one. I have this weird feeling that it could be an issue with your hard drive. If not that, then something is lose in the case and I would recommend opening it up to see what you can find. Good luck!
Wow! That’s pretty impressive! I can’t say that I’ve tried that particular Mac OS theme…or any skin for that matter. I’m especially impressed with the skins on the 2nd link you posted. I’ll have to download one of those and try it for a “change of scenery.” Frankly, I’m sick of looking at the same thing over and over again.
I’m having some trouble getting this to work on my Dell Latitude E6400 laptop. Here are the steps I’ve taken so far:
– Did a clean install of Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise x64.
– Ran the install.cmd from the bluetooth.7z as an Administrator and rebooted my machine.
– Copied the files from the BTW archive’s INF folder to my C:WindowsINF folder.
– Tried to run the setup.exe from the BTW archive but it gives me an error that it has detected an incompatible version of Windows.
– Ran BTW.msi from the win64 folder in the BTW archive which actually runs and installs the drivers and everything seems to be okay. But after the installation I’m getting the licensing error someone posted earlier.
Any thoughs on this one? Has someone gotten this to work on a Dell machine?
I’m actually about to install this driver onto my Dell. I’m going to go through the standard procedure, but if I run into any sort of problems, I’ll be sure to bring them up. Perhaps if we have some of the same issues, maybe we can work together to alleviate matters. PM me anytime and maybe we can skype or go through the process step by step. What do you say?