Prior to OS upgrade to Win 10 - was able to play bluray. With upgrade to Win 10, loaded latest driver - now I am getting HDCP non compat error. What settings do I need to change to make this work.
Just to add to this I also get a similar error from iTunes when trying to play HD downloads (as well as from CyberLink PowerDVD 12 when playing BluRay). It all worked when I was Windows 7 but is no longer working since upgrading to Windows 10.
I'm running driver 15.201.1151.0 and the Catalyst AutoDetect utility was happy I am running the latest driver.
Same problem here... was working fine before Windows 10 upgrade.
This might be of intrest to you HTG Explains: How HDCP Breaks Your HDTV and How to Fix It are your screens compliant? Im sure you know but Windows 10 with the free upgrade seems to just be a way for MS to enforce these new regulations and fill your PC will games you never wanted.
Interesting article, but I would prefer not to have to buy anything...
My screen is compliant, I have a Sony Bravia kdl48w600b. I was watching Bluray without any concerns right before upgrading to Windows 10. From the screencaps above, it seems that the driver (or "Pilote de carte graphique", in French) is the culprit. Or some kind of incompatibility between the various component. For sure, no one wants to make it easy to watch Blurays from a computer drive.
I understand, it is money money money with BlueRay. £50 for software etc etc. I see what you mean, the Driver isnt playing ball then everything else down the line isnt working. You could try an earlier driver, maybe the one you had on Win7. If you can make sure you report it to AMD, they can then look into it idealy quickly.
Windows® 10 Driver Support for Discrete AMD Radeon™ Graphics Products
That makes sense. Certainty solves the issue.
Well... it doesn't make that much sense to me. As you can see on the screencap above, I already installed most recent drivers, including the catalyst suite (ver 15.300.x).
From another blog>>>>>quote:
""The major drawback users are ranting about this newest operating system from Microsoft is the inability to play Blu-ray discs. According to different sources, Microsoft is paying $2 for every copy of Windows being sold just for it to play Blu-ray discs. And with the decreasing number of Blu-ray users, they simply opt to remove this feature. So how can you play Blu-ray on Windows 10? Easy, install a third party Blu-ray player Software that supports Windows 10.""
I personally use cyberlink and highly recommend them , it is paid software but has excellent video editors ect that comes with the suite
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