Question about Compaq Presario 5000 PC Desktop
On the dvd player try clicking my computer on the left side click system properties and look for device manager the dvd player should have a sign by it click it then it may tell you what the prob is
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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Hi there, this is a problem with ALL Bluray players, it is an annoying format problem, where "resume play "is not available on JAVA enabled Blurays, (BD-J).
JAVA content is usually the interactive menus and extra features on specific Blurays. These are essentially computer programs, so when you close them and re-open them they open from the beginning, (Just like on your computer, when you close a program).
All standard DVD's and non BD-J discs will resume play as expected, this is why some people think there is an intermittent fault, and others say that there model of player is working fine. Hope this helps.
Here is an link to SonyAsia's FAQ
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