Oh yes, I understand it won't be in HD,
but I just want to be able to watch the movie.
Your monitor is hi-def. I guarantee you. Otherwise it would only be 640x480 -- which monitors haven't been since 1985.
Your issues seems to be with the media itself.
Are you sure you have a BluRay disc player on your computer?
Can you browse to the files on the disc with your operating system? If so, what files do you see?
Where did this BluRay disc come from? Is is commercial disc or one that was created on another computer?
Thanks Steve. That confirms my suspicions about the support tech's suggestion, at the support site (not Adobe)....he told me to increase the resolution to 1920 X 1080. Like that was supposed to make the player work. Lol.
It is still a work in progress with Cyberlink. Maybe I will get a free upgrade from Power DVD 8 to Power DVD 10.
"PROBLEM FIXED" The code 0110 code was because I didn't have a HDCP compatible monitor. I purchased a Samsung PX2370 monitor and everything is working fine!
I should add the other part of the equation was moving
the DVD player drive letter from B to L. Apparently B is not a good drive to map your DVD/Bluray player to.
A:\ and B:\ have historically been allocated to floppy disks, and many BIOS's probably still allocate them that way. Also, most MoBo's still support a floppy controller chip for legacy floppy drives.
Most multi-drives follow along after the internals, initially installed.