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Ultimate Geek


  #326943 5-May-2010 15:25
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One can find it using Google. I am not sure which language the firmware is though.



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Master Geek


  #327093 5-May-2010 20:44
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freitasm:
old3eyes: Isn't the Blu-ray standard just great. When a new movie comes out you have to do a software update. Who wrote this crap, Microsoft??


Blah, blah, blah.. Microsoft is evil, blah, blah.

No. Sony wrote BluRay. Microsoft was supporting HDDVD the other standard, HD DVD.




I think Panasonic has more Blu-Ray patents than Sony does.

 
 
 
 


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  #328143 9-May-2010 12:13
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Im having issues with this disk on my HTPC, Powerdvd and arcsoft media player (latest software versions), won't play it (very glitchy), tried it on my main pc aswell with the same result. Thinking maybe Its a bad disk... Can sombody confirm if they have it playing in one of these software players?

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Ultimate Geek
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  #328432 10-May-2010 11:20
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Rhygar:
freitasm:
old3eyes: Isn't the Blu-ray standard just great. When a new movie comes out you have to do a software update. Who wrote this crap, Microsoft??


Blah, blah, blah.. Microsoft is evil, blah, blah.

No. Sony wrote BluRay. Microsoft was supporting HDDVD the other standard, HD DVD.




I think Panasonic has more Blu-Ray patents than Sony does.


That might be so but Sony is the founder of Blu-Ray.

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