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Sega [Avatar]
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I'm trying to watch Blu-ray movie on my PC with PowerDVD, but it fails with error "Incopatible graphics driver".

Advisor shows "Pass" for everything except the last field which is "Video Connection Type: Analog: No". I don't have Digital output, but isn't Analog is kind of default?

Anyway, can you please explain what exactly do I need to do to successfully pass this last test? Thank you.

Here's some info from Advisor:

System Memory : 4096 MB Yes
Operating System : Windows 7 Yes
Graphics Card : NVIDIA GeForce 9600 GT (Microsoft Corporation - WDDM v1.1) Yes
Graphics Card Driver : Yes
Video Connection Type : Analog No
Player Capability for Bonus View : Yes
Player Capability for BD Live : Yes
Hardware Dual-Video Decoding Capability for H.264 : None
Hardware Dual-Video Decoding Capability for MPEG-2 : None
Hardware Dual-Video Decoding Capability for VC-1 : None

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CyberLink-Michael [Avatar]
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you use an incompatible driver (the MS inbox driver) please install the correct driver from NVIDIA website or the VGA vendor. The inbox driver do not support the mandatroy security for BD

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