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post #1 of 7 Old 12-04-2012, 10:29 AM - Thread Starter
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Hello everyone,

I read many threads and I have not find a solution for my problem. So this is my setup:

Processor: Intel Core i3 3225 Ivy Bridge 3.3GHz
Ram: 8 GB DDR3 CL9.0 240pin Kingston
Motherboard: Asrock H77 Pro4/MVP
SSD: -Kingston 120GB SATA3

TV: Panasonic Viera VT50

AV: YAMAHA RX-V773 7.2

Software: Arcsoft Totalmedia player (latest version)
Powerdvd (latest version)

Everything is connected with an HDMI 1.4.

So my problem is when I come to play full bluray 3d iso. When I play full bluray (not 3d) it is not a problem. Everything run smoothy without problems.

The problems is when I play full bluray 3d isos. The tv recognises that it is receiving a 3d signal so it changes from 2d to 3d. But than the screen will turn black and remain black and the computer won't respond (the ctrl+alt+delete function won't work) and so I have to restart the pc.

I can play side by side easily but a big burden when I play 3D iso. What is the problem?

The Corei3 HD4000 should play 3d iso without problems. Or do I need a dedicated gpu? Do i need the Nvidia 3dtv play? Can i install Nvidia 3dtv play and use the software on the corei3?

Please help me since I am not an expert.

Thanks a lot.
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I had this exact same problem and it turned out to be my SATA controller settings. I had to change it from IDE to AHCI in the BIOS settings. You can't just change it or you hard drive won't boot. If you do a google search on AHCI vs IDE there are directions there. If it is already set to AHCI or RAID it must be something else.

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Hi thanks for your help but that's not the problem. My ivy bridge corei3 can recognise stereostopic 3d?
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My problem was not video related but had to do with software and hard drive access. My problem was reading a 3D BR off a SATA BR drive with both PowerDVD and TMT5. There are many problems reading 3D iso's and just thought if your using a SATA hard drive it might be related.

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Thanks, please can you guide me step by step howvto change the hard disk from sata. Thanks.
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Its in the BIOS settings. All computers will be different. Read your manuel for the BIOS setting and do a google search on IDE vs AHCI for directions before you change it or your hard drive won,'t boot. This may not be your issue but at least take a look at what your SATA controller is set to as in IDE or AHCI.

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Thanks mate.
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