Question about Computers & Internet
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First the smartypants answer: Make sure that you're using a Blu-Ray player. Not all PC drives are Blu-Ray either. The more likely answer: Check your Blu-Ray players manufacturer website technical support for the latest FIRMWARE. It has to be up to date with the newer DVDs. I had to update mine on my Sony unit so that Avatar would play. I went to Sonys' site and downloaded the update as an .iso file on a blank dvd. It ran and installed w. no worries. The company will also usually mail you an actual cd/dvd if you can wait and don't want to get all technical, dvd burning, etc.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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