Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby TheMan on Thu Dec 16, 2010 9:57 am

Hi.
I downloaded and installed the trial versjon of WinDVD 2010.
When I try to play a bluray disc I get this error:

"Playback with current display driver is not supported.
Please update to an appropriate display driver."

What does this error mean?

I have updated my display drivers to latest version, and the documentation states that bluray is supported.

Any ideas what to do next?

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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby teknisyan on Fri Dec 17, 2010 5:46 pm

Hello TheMan,

The error is caused by the trial that you are using, simce Blu-ray and PureHD upscaling features are not available in the trial until after purchase. If incase you really want to experience the bluray feature, you can go ahead and purchase the program and if you're not satisfied you can return the program and your money back guarantee, since we have a 30-day-money-back-guarantee.
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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby TheMan on Fri Dec 17, 2010 8:49 pm

Well, now I have bought and installed the full version, and as I suspected, still no luck. The same error message still pops up.
This happens when I have started WinDVD, before trying to open the bluray drive(well, same message also appears then).

Any ideas why it keeps nagging at my display driver?

I think I should mention, I use the Intel i5 integrated HD graphics, IOW I have no grafix card in my computer. But the display driver for the i5 supports bluray. Could there be an issue here?


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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby TheMostToys on Wed Dec 22, 2010 5:16 am

I have the exact same problem. I purchased the full version. I have no problems playing Blue Ray with PowerDVD or TMT. My systems is an I3-550 with integrated Intel video, using HDMI.

Seems WinDVD is being a little over sensitive on it's requirements checks.
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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby TheMan on Wed Dec 22, 2010 10:04 pm

Hey man, thanks for your reply.
I'm having problems playing bluray discs on all PowerDVD, WinDVD AND TMT.
What brand is your mainboard and bluray player?
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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby Raymond_B on Fri Dec 24, 2010 8:02 am

I am having the same issue and the same error, purchased the Pro version and have updated it with no luck. I am still receiving the driver error. My specs should be posted and the BD Drive I am using is from Newegg

"LITE-ON Black 4X BD-ROM 8X DVD-ROM 32X CD-ROM SATA Internal 4X Blu-ray Reader Model iHOS104-06 - OEM"
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16827106325
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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby TheMan on Fri Dec 24, 2010 10:48 pm

Hi Raymond.
You have the excact same optical drive as mine. Other than that our specs are different. You have the icore 3 cpu, I have the icore 5 cpu. You have AsRock H55 mainboard, I have the MSI H55 mainboard.
Could this be a LiteOn iHos104 problem?
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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby nepenthe on Mon Dec 27, 2010 7:38 pm

The Man -

The issue could be HDCP (HIgh Definition Copyright Protection) compliance. Both graphics card and monitor must be HDCP compliant to display Blu-ray. Check your monitor specs to be sure that the monitor is HDCP compliant. You cannot assume this - the specs should affirmatively state 'HDCP Compliant'.

There is a workaround if either the GPU or monitor fails to meet HDCP compliance - a program called AnyDVD HD by Slysoft:

http://www.slysoft.com/en/

If the issue really is HDCP compliance, then it's not fair to blame Corel for the problem. It's totally fair to blame the U.S. Congress and President Bill Clinton for passing the provisions in the Digital Millennium Copy Act that allow such software locks - annoying that valuable hardware you purchased no longer displays media that it was originally designed to display.

If the onboard GPU isn't HDCP compliant, you might try installing a video card and disabling the onboard GPU in the BIOS. NVIDIA's driver package will tell you if your monitor is HDCP compliant.

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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby TheMan on Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:24 pm

Hi, thanks for your reply.
My mainboard is HDMI 1.3 certified, and supports full HD playback, and HDCP protection of blue-rays. It uses the Intel H55 chipset.
My "monitor" is a 50" Panasonic Plasma Full-HD TV(TH50PZ80E). I will try out the AnyDVD HD and see if it brings me any further.
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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby TheMan on Mon Dec 27, 2010 8:46 pm

Ok, so the AnyDVD HD is just a dvd-ripper, not a player. That doesnt take me any further I guess, other than it seems I am able to rip the blu-rays to disk, which means that my blu-ray drive is able to read the discs.
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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby Raymond_B on Tue Dec 28, 2010 4:09 pm

TheMan wrote:Hi Raymond.
You have the excact same optical drive as mine. Other than that our specs are different. You have the icore 3 cpu, I have the icore 5 cpu. You have AsRock H55 mainboard, I have the MSI H55 mainboard.
Could this be a LiteOn iHos104 problem?


I hope it is not an issue with the optical drive, although it seems if it was it would have shown up in this thread over on AVS Forums which is what I based my HTPC build off of. http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=940972&page=530 Hopefully we'll get some answers from official Corel folks, but if not soon I am going to use my 30 day refund and look for other software.

Thanks for your reply! I'll be sure to post if I find anything out.
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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby nepenthe on Tue Dec 28, 2010 9:06 pm

The Man -

AnyDVD HD will remove encryption locks on Blu-ray and DVD discs, allowing you to view media content on an HDCP non-compliant monitor. If you are considering purchase of AnyDVD HD, you should commit yourself to a 'lifetime' license before 31 Dec'10, because SlySoft will be ending its lifetime license in 3 days. If you check the SlySoft Forum, you will see that SlySoft aggressively supports its software and has a very high customer satisfaction rating. A lifetime license for AnyDVD HD is much less expensive than replacing your plasma display device.

I checked the specs for your monitor:

http://bit.ly/hkOtjK

The specs do not indicate HDCP Compliant. There are quite a few very annoyed purchasers of HD monitors and TV sets who discovered (too late) that their display device isn't HDCP compliant.

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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby Raymond_B on Tue Dec 28, 2010 9:54 pm

Does it change anything that my HTPC is going to a Pioneer VSX-21 and then out to an LCD TV? I don't have the full specs of the TV it's a Philips 40" set ~2 years old.



nepenthe wrote:The Man -

AnyDVD HD will remove encryption locks on Blu-ray and DVD discs, allowing you to view media content on an HDCP non-compliant monitor. If you are considering purchase of AnyDVD HD, you should commit yourself to a 'lifetime' license before 31 Dec'10, because SlySoft will be ending its lifetime license in 3 days. If you check the SlySoft Forum, you will see that SlySoft aggressively supports its software and has a very high customer satisfaction rating. A lifetime license for AnyDVD HD is much less expensive than replacing your plasma display device.

I checked the specs for your monitor:

http://bit.ly/hkOtjK

The specs do not indicate HDCP Compliant. There are quite a few very annoyed purchasers of HD monitors and TV sets who discovered (too late) that their display device isn't HDCP compliant.

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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby TheMan on Wed Dec 29, 2010 12:50 am

nepenthe wrote:The Man -

I checked the specs for your monitor:

http://bit.ly/hkOtjK

The specs do not indicate HDCP Compliant. There are quite a few very annoyed purchasers of HD monitors and TV sets who discovered (too late) that their display device isn't HDCP compliant.

nepenthe


The link is for the TH-50PZ80Q, which I guess is not HDCP compliant. I have the TH-50PZ80E, which is HDCP compliant. http://www.computeruniverse.net/product ... DataHeader
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Re: Playback with current display driver is not supported.

Postby TheMan on Wed Dec 29, 2010 12:55 am

Raymond_B wrote:
TheMan wrote:Hi Raymond.
You have the excact same optical drive as mine. Other than that our specs are different. You have the icore 3 cpu, I have the icore 5 cpu. You have AsRock H55 mainboard, I have the MSI H55 mainboard.
Could this be a LiteOn iHos104 problem?


I hope it is not an issue with the optical drive, although it seems if it was it would have shown up in this thread over on AVS Forums which is what I based my HTPC build off of. http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=940972&page=530 Hopefully we'll get some answers from official Corel folks, but if not soon I am going to use my 30 day refund and look for other software.

Thanks for your reply! I'll be sure to post if I find anything out.


Great! Will do the same.
Will being doing a refund too if I'm unable to play my bluerays, I have a couple of weeks still before the 30 days are up.
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