I was referred here from NoteBookReview to see if anyone could assist me with an issue I’m having. I purchased what I thought to be a DS-4E1S Blu-Ray reader on eBay a couple months back. Long story short, I kept getting loads of errors whenever I tried to play a movie with it, the most recognizable of which being $ACSS.AVCRECDEVICENOTSUPPORT from AI TouchMedia (ASUS’ media player).
This immediately made be believe I received an AVCREC drive instead.
Earlier this week, I went and asked anyone on NBR if they could assist me with any other information I should need. One person advised I try using AnyDVD HD to see if its a decryption issue of if the drive just is defective or whatnot. AnyDVD HD allowed me to watch every movie I had previously tested. This lead me to believe that my drive simply might not be HDCP compliant, as I’m 100% sure my cards and monitor are.
The thread in question is here http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=390489.
If anyone could assist me, it’d be a great help. I’m basically just wanting to see if there is anyway to re-enable decryption for my drive if thats possible, or if I just need to start looking for another drive from a more reputable reseller.
Last guy that responded to my thread on NBR said to report my Hardware IDs via Dev. Manager as well. Here they are:
Edit: Also thought I should mention the drive is being installed in an ASUS W90VP-X1 laptop. It’s a 12.7mm SATA drive.