Windows 7 RC1 and Blu-Ray

#1
Hi all,

I've just installed Windows 7 and PowerDVD 9 Ultra and the sound works but there is no video. I thought about using XP mode to run PowerDVD but I have not got hardware virtualisation. What do you think I should do? Wait until Cyberlink release a Windows 7 version or buy a processor and motherboard that support virtualisation?
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#2
You could always go to Cyberlink's web site and look for an email link or see if there is a forum.

I have a customized HP version of Cyberlink's DVD Play HD & Blue-ray.

Mines working fine.
 


#3
I managed to find the driver CD for my LG blu-ray player and installed PowerDVd 7 Ultra. I then ran it in XPSP3 compatability mode and it worked :D. How odd.
 


reghakr

Essential Member
#4
Excellent,

Glad to hear it.
 


whoosh

Cooler King
Staff member
Premium Supporter
#5
I managed to find the driver CD for my LG blu-ray player and installed PowerDVd 7 Ultra. I then ran it in XPSP3 compatability mode and it worked :D. How odd.
Got to say maybe the virtual xp mode could be a blessing ie : give people a chance to write drivers etc for windows 7 while with virtual xp mode we can continue using our pre- windows 7 software .
Still working on using virtual xp guess future post will give us all the heads up on its various virtues :D
 


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