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23 Sep 2009   #21


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by UKMedia View Post

Hi Adrian

I've tried that but don't get a 100% success rate. Although no errors are reported, the movie sometimes hangs. If, on the other hand, I split into three tasks, I don't have that issue.

Have you noticed this problem?

No, not at all. I used to just copy the movie right to the hard drive and play the largest .mts file but that gave me problems in playback.
My trial copy is just to about expire I'm un-decided weather I should spend the $90 US for a year license?

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28 Sep 2009   #22

windows 8.1 Pro x64

Hey guys sorry to bump this again but I got it working in case someone else runs into the same issue on Win7 x64.
Trick was to install it and update to the latest patch available on their website, not the one you download through PowerDVD itself. It seems to be an older one but it fixes all issues with the original release and it works 100% with windows 7 x64.

CyberLink.5105_TaRe42_DVD090217-02 is the latest patch you can only get through powerdvd self updater and it does not work. In fact it will remove powerdvd completely.

CyberLink.4617a_TaRe38_DVD081201-07 is the latest patch you find on their website and it works great!

Hope this helps anyone with the same issue and thanks again for all the help guys:)
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