Cyberlink Adviser app

Discussion in 'DIRECTV - HMC PC Playback Discussion (private)' started by Tom Robertson, Mar 5, 2008.

  1. dettxw

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    Hmm...
    Can't seem to make anything but a thumbnail work.

    Also I've got 4GB of memory installed on this laptop but this app only reports 2.
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    Edit: [Tom Robertson] Got the real image location and added it.
     
  2. Tom Robertson

    Tom Robertson Lifetime Achiever DBSTalk Club

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    Sweet dettxw! I'm betting the app can't count that high... (or stops at 2GB?) :)
     
  3. kocuba

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    Probably. Cause I just noticed that mine says 2GB when I actually have 2
    1/2 GB.

    About the cheapest thing I can upgrade on mine is the video card. Might go with this one ..
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814102709

    But not sure if it is worth it for something that I might not really use after this Field Trial. if I can sneak it under the wife radar I might do it.
     
  4. RAD

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    Dripping...
    Tom, tried that yesterday, went through both PC's and updated all drivers that I could, didn't help. I was hoping that I'd be OK since I can play the sample HD clips at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/musicandvideo/hdvideo/contentshowcase.aspx with WMP V11 without any problems, CPU runs in the 70% -> 80% range. Dang, I doubt that I can justify to myself spending money to get a new desktop just for this.
     
  5. mhayes70

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    Here is my Vista laptop. It doesn't look to good.
     

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  6. Michael D'Angelo

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    I need to add a Blu-ray player still to my new PC but here are my results so far.

    My processor and video card are actually fine but this test does not recognize them.

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  7. Doug Brott

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    I re-downloaded the latest App direct from Cyberlink

    http://www.cyberlink.com/english/support/bdhd_support/diagnosis.jsp

    Had to put in a name / e-mail to get it to download .. Then I reinstalled v1 over top of v1.0 ..

    The old adviser (2418) did not have info about my new 8800GT graphics card the new adiser (2807) does.
    Of course it gets my memory wrong .. I have 6GB installed. But I'm all green now.

    New results are here:

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  8. Michael D'Angelo

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    Thanks for the updated software Doug. I have the same video card and my results are much better now.

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  9. dettxw

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    Now I'm green:

    CyberLink Desktop.jpg
     
  10. Michael D'Angelo

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    I believe you may be the only one completely green. I wish I was. I am just waiting for the Blu-ray burners to come down in price a little. I don't have a very big need for one so I don't want to spend $325+ for one.
     
  11. dettxw

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    There was $600 off of the Dell package I bought that already included the burner, and also got 26% employee purchase plan discount so for what I got the price wasn't too bad.


    Only played part of one Blu-ray movie so far though. :lol:
     
  12. VLaslow

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    Mine didn't change AND Cyberlink still isn't picking up the real speed of the cpu.
     
  13. kocuba

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    Wow This version like my processor. The last one marked me as unknown after my video card upgrade.
     

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