Sometimes the disc is just bad. Have you tried changing the FW on your drive, I’ve had problems like this and changing it sometimes helped.
Sometimes multiple cleanings may help. Also have your tried a different ripping program. If you regularly use MKV, please buy a license if you haven’t already.
If I recall correctly I think it was a combination of both. I think I filled out some form on their page. After a few back and forth "troubleshooting" steps via email I think they called me to finish troubleshooting and gathering information. Of course I couldn't tell them that the problem was that...
Isn't the bu40n a slim drive? If so, please don't do that. I'm not positive but I believe flashing desktop dive firmware to a slim drive can brick it. That would be very unfortunate. Some of the other guys will hopefully chime in that know more than I do on this subject but please don't do this unt...
I tried flashing the LG16NS60 to a BU40N using the ASUS modified flasher and DE_BU40N_1.00.bin to no avail.
It reports failure #5. Is it possible to do this, if so how? I have an extra LG16NS60, and thought it would be nice to have an alternate drive.
Thanks for any help.
I was wondering what drive you are using to rip this movie? My LG16NS40 F/W1.02 chokes on it, have tried multiple cleanings. Maybe I should get a different copy. Are different drives less prone to read errors?
Not sure where you've got the idea about flicker :shock: , but no, there won't be any flicker or any issues whatsoever. Unlike DVDs and standard Blu-rays, the 4K UHD Blu-ray specification doesn't have regional restrictions so they will play just fine, even directly in your 4K player (if you have on...
I will being going to the UK on holiday soon, and was wondering about getting 4K movies while there, as some aren’t available here. If I rip to a file will they play ok on my system in the states? My understanding is there may be some flicker. Can anyone confirm this?
Thank you for any information.