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BLU RAY TROUBLE

I Have a Acer 5920g With Ati Radeon 3470
and Bluray for some reason the blu ray Example disc Works Fine,
however i brought a 007 film the other day and it just doesnt work! it just comes up with a black screen!!! whats wrong? and how can i fix this?

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  • Anonymous Dec 27, 2008

    I can play all my blueray discs on my acer 5920G.

    But my 007 blueray discs wont play.

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From what I have researched, your laptop should have come with software to play Blu ray - such as Intervideo WinDVD BR

The software is not available to the public and only comes with such laptops and blu ray drives.

Hope I have helped

G'luck

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

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