I have also submitted a trouble ticket with support. From what I have read in some leaked documents, the authentication is different. I got a quick response, and on Christmas Day yet. Strangely Cyberlink told me to remove any Slysoft software when I was talking to their Technical Support. This issue just happened today for some reason.
Consequently, after the establishment of this application, the client can indicate the sort of version he needs to test. There was still a setting in the options for software decoding, so I set it and tried again. This could be an oversight, or it could be intentional for some weird backward compatibility. If this doesn't take your fancy, I'd suggest putting your money towards a hardware Blu-ray player like a PlayStation 3. Even so, this post is a little different.
It can't do jack because it can't authenticate the aacs 2. Updating the firmware, or replacing it with a newer model could fix this issue. They know exactly what they are doing. Press the Print Screen key on your keyboard when the error appears on your screen. Salfeld Child Control 2013 v13.
This is exactly the kind of confusion that happens when you have single-question-response system in place, with no way to contextualize separate threads. Does anybody have a solution or alternative to this nonsense? It is funny that they would have only provided the notice for such a short window that people might not have even noticed the update was available. Save the file with the extension name. Save the file and send that to us for analysis. In my case, this means that many Blurays produced after May 2011 with my player.
I can't watch Star Wars, I can't watch Indiana Jones, I can't watch Prometheus, I can't watch the new Criterion remaster of Seven Samurai. To take screenshot, please follow the steps given below : a. In order to escalate your concern, we may need some information from you. Provide details and share your research! Blu-ray Updated decryption keys - Fix Updating the registration didn t work. Still no dice different error, though. In regards to your concern, we may need to forward your concern to our product team.
Every time it loads it asks if it should update the aacs keys as they are out of date. Cyberlink announced the player license a month ago, the drive was created 8 months ago. Please ensure that the platform is capable of playing Blu-ray discs. Got a few more Blu-Rays, and they all worked fine. If you select yes nothing happens.
In my case, I only had 17 months worth of use from it, but that still doesn't change anything -- as unreasonable as their behaviour is, it's not illegal. The package just sits there forever saying that you shouldn't turn it off. I will look at the screen capture, analyze and send you a solution or provide more information. A google search for the version you mentioned turns up only 5 sites, including this forum page, and none from the cyberlink site. I just want a version that works, please! Check our system requirements below: Use the below mentioned link to get back for further queries: Please feel free to contact us back for any further clarification or for any assistance related to CyberLink products.
As this is an Dell customized Version you use they may can help you Br Michael. This being said, I can play no blu-ray movies. We suggest that you report this issue to the manufacturer of your Blu-ray Disc drive. Please follow the link given below to know how to find the serial number: 2 DxDiag. The player I believe is a viao branded version of windvd with blue ray support. Thanks for contributing an answer to Super User! Or try this - after the aacs warning cancel the msg out and hit the play button.