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gaptooth kid [Avatar]
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Details button then gives this: This copy protected disc cannot play when the TV out function is enabled.

Win 8.1 OS. ASUS MB A88X Pro. AMD A10 7850K APU with Radeon R7 graphics.

No video card in system. Reviews show this APU is gamer capable without additional video card.

I get this error no matter what I do. I have gone through Windows Device Manager, enabled and disabled the generic Windows Display Driver.

I went through the BIOS trying to find something in there.

I went to the ASUS sight, they say all my MB software is up to date.

I swapped from the output from HDMI to DVI to HDMI and back to DVI, doing a reboot each time. (My monitor doesn't support Display Port so I couldn't test that one.)

Bottom line - Do I need to add a graphics card to get the DVD and BluRay to work?
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Hi,

Did you contact our Support?

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stevek
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gaptooth lad. Perhaps you posted this in the wrong forum? Should it be a PowewrDVD version?

Did you run the blu ray/3D adsvisor? What does it say? It is located via download from the SUPPORT tabe at the top of this page.

Also run Windows dxdiag.exe on your computer, select to save the text file (first page) and then attach that text document to your reply.

Cyberlink-Hicham gave you good advice but the more information you have for them is very helpful.

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gaptooth kid [Avatar]
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Thanks for answering my question. I didn't know about the adviser. I'll check it out. Computers have a way of making us think we are smarter and then knocking us back a peg.

Yeah, I realized after I posted that I should have said PowerDVD version 14, not just version 14. I was in a PowerDVD forum but more details is evidently better.

The driver was installed with a video card. The error message said 'display card' and I followed that clue. I put a EVGA GTX 740 on the MB and installed the drivers and it works OK now.

Evidently the MB doesn't include the TV out driver in their software package. It has excellent video on its own but not for the DVD and BluRay movies.

I figured that PowerDVD would install whatever it needed. I bought it specifically to watch the movies. Go figure.
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Paul2121 [Avatar]
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Quote Details button then gives this: This copy protected disc cannot play when the TV out function is enabled.

Win 8.1 OS. ASUS MB A88X Pro. AMD A10 7850K APU with Radeon R7 graphics.

No video card in system. Reviews show this APU is gamer capable without additional video card.

I get this error no matter what I do. I have gone through Windows Device Manager, enabled and disabled the generic Windows Display Driver.

I went through the BIOS trying to find something in there.

I went to the ASUS sight, they say all my MB software is up to date.

I swapped from the output from HDMI to DVI to HDMI and back to DVI, doing a reboot each time. (My monitor doesn't support Display Port so I couldn't test that one.)

Bottom line - Do I need to add a graphics card to get the DVD and BluRay to work?


This should work: I had a generic display driver on my hp pavilion laptop, and I had the same problem (this copy protected disc cannot play ....). So I updated my display driver to amd Radeon HD 7600, which is in my laptop, and it worked. Make sure you are updating the correct driver in your pc. Go to task manager and click on performance and you will find the correct grahic card and download the correct driver from amd or nvidia etc.
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