Hi everyone, big time reader, first time poster. I hope you can help me with this problem. I own a Matshita BD CMB UJ-120, its a slim laptop drive.
I bought an external usb 2.0 case for it.
Now, it works fine on the usb on thios laptop I am on. Its running windows home vista x64.
The other two it wont work on.
- It wont recognize blu ray discs at all.
- It wont see the directory structure of blu ray.
- When I right click on it and choose properties I get the following...
OS: Windows XP Media Center SP 3 (driver list from this PC)
OS: Windows Vista Ultimate x64 SP1
Type: CD Drive
File System: Unknown
The drivers loaded are...
psebdr.sys (Panasonic Shikoku Electronics Corp)
PxHelp20.sys (Sonic Solutions)
That seems like a lot of drivers, considering when its connected to this pc all I get is cdrom.sys and anydvd.sys.
I have tried this on both other machines with other operating systems.
I cant get it to even show a directory structure, which even if these PC's didnt have the power to play blu ray, they would at least read the disc and or directory structure. The directory structure on this system shows as UDF.
System specs for each pc.
AMD Athlon 64 3800+
nVidia GeForce 6200
3gb DDR2 533
Windows Vista x64
AMD Athlon 64 3800+
nVidia GeForce 7300 LE
80gb SATA, 500gb IDE, 1tb sata
4gb DDR2 533
Abit AH-MN Motherboard, flashed with latest bios and latest drivers.
Now, I just cant figure this out, I have installed Anydvd, Powerdvd 8, Roxio Suite, DVDFab, the 2.5 udf files, everything!!
Ive been pulling my hair out trying to figure out why I cant at least get the directories showing, at least getting it to see I got a blu ray in the drive.
I dont care if I need to uninstall everything and run a registry cleaner and start from the beginning.
Can anyone please explain how to do this? I mean I got it running on this machine running 64 bit vista, but cant get it running on 32 or 64 bit xp or vista on anything else but this machine.
I even installed the codec packs too klite and other things, I have tried everything. please help me.