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Windows 7: blu ray with PowerDVD image problem?

15 Jun 2010   #1

blu ray with PowerDVD image problem?

Dear all,

I have something strange happening when reading a blu ray with PowerDVD10. THe image is fuzzy, like missalignement of lignes or part of image. A lot of distortion and green squares.

When looking normal DVD, no problem with PowerDVD. When watching the bluray with the previsualisation from Xilisoft Blue Ray ripper, I see the image perfectly.

I have currently a brand new PC with Win 7 pro 64, PowerDVD10, ATI Radeon HD5450, Shark007 codec packs (32+64).

Previously, on my older PC on XP, with KLite pack, PowerDVD and a older ATI Radeon, I didn't have this issue.

Has somebody any clue on what could be the problem?
Is there something different using PowerDVD or other softwares?
Any advice?


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17 Jun 2010   #2

Window 7

PowerDVD is the most popular BD player as i know. I think you should try update your Blu-ray drive's driver, I heard that some blu-ray player can not play BD with the old drivers
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17 Jun 2010   #3


In fact it doesn't seem to be a driver issue. I just installed MPC HC, and everything is perfect. But not with PowerDVD... must be a Codec issue.
Any bad experience with Shark007?
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17 Jun 2010   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

I have not been able to reproduce your issue which leads me to believe that maybe you need to upgrade the graphics driver from the ATI website
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17 Jun 2010   #5


I just updated with the brand new ATI release....and it solved the issue.

Thanks a lot
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26 Aug 2011   #6

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit Edition

I have the same problem with powerDVD, except it plays the bluray high definition movie portion fine, but it's all garbled and has green blotches when I watch the extra, nonHD stuff (like deleted scenes). I have the latest video card drivers and the latest updates for powerDVD as well as the latest LG firmware update.
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