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Error code 0122 when trying to play blue ray disk on hdtv through hdmi cable

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  • Anonymous Jul 23, 2008

    This will solve the problem



    1. Click right mouse button,choose properties

    2. Click screen adjustment

    3. Click advanced adjustment

    4. Click right TAB (GeForce xxxxxx)

    5. Click Start Nvidia Control Panel

    6. Set screen 2(TV) as primary and only screen,

  • pslyke Aug 15, 2008

    I have the same problem as kwalt25's while trying to view only blue ray disks.

  • brydonuk Aug 19, 2008

    Similar problem as the rest when trying to use TV but thats solved now. However now my laptop gives the same error code (0122) when trying to watch a blu-ray on the laptop monitor not connected to the tv !!!!

  • brent betts Dec 03, 2008

    I have a brand new Dell Inspiron 1525 with Blu Ray / DVD combo. It will not play Blu Ray. Error Code 0122. Dell could not fix it and said the would send me the proper software. All they did was send me another copy of Roxio 10.2, which I already had installed and I don't believe has anything to do with the problem. Does anyone know what I should do to fix this?

  • Anonymous Jan 25, 2009

    error code 0122 on my acer aspire 5920 laptop

  • Anonymous Mar 19, 2009

    i received the same error for a blu-ray through a HDMI to TV. It says to change it from a dual mode to s clone mode. How do I change to clone mode?

  • Anonymous Apr 10, 2009

    same problem with code 0122 blu ray what to do

  • Anonymous Apr 13, 2009

    i have some "acer aspire" desktop, and i had the same problem so i gave it to future shop, and they installed a new blu-ray driver, and guess what, it worked fine, untill two days ago when i tried to watched the dark knight, it poped up. and i tried a bunch of my blurays, and neither seme to work

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Hy guys

I had this problem earlier on today and after much searching found a solution that worked for me.

This error message relates to piracy issues. If you are running 2 screens at once (laptop monitor and HD TV) I guess it's seen as an easy way to pirate DVD's, Blu-rays etc.

Go into your graphics card settings (i think I did this in the end by adusting screen resolution (was hungover, there's probably a quicker way - this gave me access to my ATI graphics card settings). you should be given an option of taking your HD TV as the primary monitor and disabling the built in monitor.

This should resolve the conflict that caused the 0122 error message - there are no longer 2 monitors, I guess making it harder for the pirates to comoplete their dastardly deeds - aaaarrrr.

I hope this helps some peeps out - thought I'd return the favour for my own various questions.

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I have the same on my acer laptop. Acer suggest holding down the Fn key and pressing F5 until the display is on the external source only. It works
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If I get the BluRay error code 0122 I, unplug the HDMI cable from my computer, remove the BluRay disk from the computer's BluRay player, reboot, Insert HDMI cable, turn on my television display as second monitor, insert BluRay disk and start the disk using Power DVD on the television display. The second display is, of course, HDMI approved.

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I am trying to playback my blue ray from my laptop to my Plasma Tv using my HDMI Cable.It plays fine on my laptop but I get this Error Code =0122 on the screen,how can I resolve this?

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Error code 0122 when trying to play blue ray disk on hdtv through hdmi cable on my dell laptop Inspion1525

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Reschedule the virus scan to another time or disconnect the scan temporarily and then reconnect the scan when you have finished watching your movie.

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Turn off your printer, scanners and other external devices connected to your HP Pavilion while you watch movies.
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Insert the DVD into the HP Pavilion DVD drive. Close any window that opens automatically.
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If the HP Pavilion DVD drive ejects the disc or prompts you to insert a disc, it does not recognize the DVD.
You can also try inserting another DVD disc. If you do not see folders appear, such as VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TX, you may have a defective disc, or the DVD may not be compatible with your DVD drive, such as a Blu-ray disc.
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Click "Start," "All Programs," "Recovery Manager," and then "Recovery Manager." Click "Continue" if prompted by Windows 7. This will bring up the HP Recovery Manager window.
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Blu-ray disc technology continues to improve and advance, so simply having a Blu-ray player in your computer doesn't guarantee that all discs will play immediately.
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Reboot your Pavilion notebook.
A minor miscommunication between the disc drive and Windows Vista or 7 may lead to a disc read error.
Rebooting clears your system's memory and forces Windows to reload all of your device drivers, which may resolve a minor kink.
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Update your software on a disc-by-disc basis.
According to HP, some Blu-ray discs have special content protection and require new codes for you to play the movie.
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If you are prompted to download a free update after inserting a disc, follow the prompts to do so. The updates will be different for each disc.

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