Originally Posted by nismozcar
You can still use PowerDVD 7.3Ultra to play back-ups of blu-rays, but you don't use AnyDVD to back them up. Use ImageBurn to make an iso of the disc, mount the image using the newest DaemonsTool and play through PowerDVD. It takes about an hour to backup a 50GB blu-ray with my Lite-On 4x Blu-ray drive.
And now my current situation...
I bought a ECS GF8200A last friday, current steup is as follows:
AMD X2 5000+ Black Edition
4x1GB OCZ 800
2xRAID0 WD 80GB
1x WD 500GB
Coolermaster 650w psu
I installed Vista64, used the drivers from the ECS website, but I was unable to get any audio from HDMI and no Hybrid SLi. After trying multiple drivers with no luck, pulled the 8500GT and installed display driver 174.74. Finally got multi-channel working which sounded great. I decided to try putting the 8500GT to see if Hybrid SLi would work and I lost the multi-channel, again. There has to be some sort of bug in the drivers or bios, the sound issue I'm having is strange and my video playback isn't smooth for Blu-ray or DVD's. I doubt its a resources issue because my cpu load is very low during playback. So now I am pulling the 8500GT and re-installing all nvidia drivers to try to get multi-channel back.
Thanks to Bahn Yuki and mry110 for their help in this impossible task.
You're in Portland and you drive a Z? Hahah I have a 2004 350Z, we should compare systems some time. Anyway not to derail this thread, I used Nvidia's drivers all throughout. I didn't use Asus's stuff at all.
To Abmagfab, my SONY STR-DG810 won't matrix anything PCM...I'm pretty sure it's getting uncompressed PCM. I still have an open invite to all in the Willametter Valley area...
JVC RS400, Denon X4300H, Klipsch RP-280F x 2, RP-450C, RB-51 II x 2, RS-42 II x 2, RB-41 II x 2 in 5.1.4, 180" Painted wall
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