Why does Blu-ray shut down when some movies are played?
There's probably a malfunction in the player
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This is a common problem. Have a look here: http://forum.warrock.net/index.php?showtopic=60993
Sounds like an overheating problem.
This doesn't happen to me and never has. So you might have some sort of virus on your computer. Or you might need an update.
The best way to close any program, including Windows Movie Maker is by clicking on File and Exit. However, the X on the top right of the program window will also close it.
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It says so on the box. It says so uin the console itself. It's one of the advertised features. Yes.
No, but the PlayStation3 does
That question is still being investigated by the makers of Blu-Ray and there hasn't been an answer so far. Most people think it's due to lack of updating software, but that is… not always the case.
You can be mean and press the power button, or bring out the controller and press the button you use to turn it on.
I think only PS3 plays them I believe Xbox does not use Blue Ray Discs
well somthing like that happend to me and it is because inside my computer the fan broke down so i bought a new one hope i helped
No. The Xbox playes DVD DL (dual layer) disks and not blu-rays.
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No there aren't! Who ever said they are doen't know there facts. I know ther aren't because i get on there 24\7 and if they were shutting down, every moviestar would get a e-m…ail saying they were!
In Windows XP
It's happened frequently with me too. Y'see, it's an overheating problem. If you play on a laptop, it'll happen more frequently than not if you don't have a CPU cooler or one …of those fan thingys that you place on the bottom of the laptop. Try setting everything on low (If you want, player models too. It gets a little too ugly, but it's playable.) and the resolution to 800x600 pixels. It won't fix the overheating, but you might be able to play at least 3 games before letting the computer rest.
The HDTV needs to be a 1080 P model for full Bluray and the HDTV needs to be connected to a PS3 or Bluray disc player with a HDMI cable. You need a Blu-ray player or laptop …to connect your HDTV. You can try Mac Blu-ray Player which can play all the video & audio formats on Mac OS X and Windows 7 including Blu-ray formats files.
Some can if it has a Blu-ray drive. It also requires movie player software and the correct display codec (otherwise the Blu Ray drive would be usable for data transfer onl…y); though the software is typically bundled along with the drive for free (however, it may not be present for any number of reasons, such as on workstation computers if a company does not want its employees to use the drive for movies)