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Playing Blue ray to my tv on HD pavillion dv9000

First time trying this and I keep getting a message saying "this content is protected" and wont play. Any help would be great

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You are trying to play a music or movie file that uses DRM copy protection, generally windows media player and other DRM supportive players will try to acquire the license to play the content when you open it. If you are getting this message you eaither do not have the appropriate license to play the file, are not connected to the internet when playing, or their may be a problem with you DRM backup in windows.

I would contact the online store (where you got the file) and ask them about troubleshooting the problem if you believe the DRM license should be valid.

If you got the file from a friend or filesharing service you will not be able to use it and may as well delete it.

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