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IceBox
09-05-2012, 06:05 PM
Hey guy's

I did an reinstall of win7 x64 and now i can't download Sonic DVD Suite from ASUS driver support site.

I think there link's are dead,down,broken.. Is there any othere place i can get it from ???


Thanks for your kindness in trying to help me out..

PILGRIM
09-05-2012, 06:36 PM
Hi there. Try our ROG site here: http://rog.asus.com/notebook/17-inch/g74sx/
Click "Download" (with Operating Sysem: Windows 7 64-bit) > "Others" folder >
click "China" download link ( the others seem to be broken at the moment).

P.S. I tested the "China" link just now, and it's working. The others are not.

IceBox
09-05-2012, 08:31 PM
Thanks PILGRIM

IceBox
09-05-2012, 09:33 PM
I have now downloaded the file.. But i get an install error like this :

Uable to install Roxio Cineplayer

This software can only be installed on a ASUS System.

I have installed :

ATKPackage_Win7_64_Z100014

Liveupdate_Win7_64_Z312

Both runs fine so i guess my machine should turn out as a ASUS after those are installed and working fine.

Is there some kind of tricks that i can do to install : SonicDVD_Win7_64_Z58582170

Please i need more help

PILGRIM
09-06-2012, 04:39 AM
The "trick" is to either do a "Repair" (in Windows' Program and Features) or a reinstall
of the ATK Package. I strongly suggest you do away with that Live Update. It causes
more trouble than good. Better to do a manual search and install on drivers rather than
letting Live Update create havoc on your system.

TwistedKarma
09-11-2012, 05:42 PM
[QUOTE=IceBox;153819]I have now downloaded the file.. But i get an install error like this :

Uable to install Roxio Cineplayer

This software can only be installed on a ASUS System.




RE: Instead of pressing extract in IZArc press install it took me a while to figure it
out but it worked like a charm for me. Dont change the destination folder either, let it
go to the temp folder. Then you find that folder and run setup.exe......

PS. Thanks PILGRIM ;)

IceBox
09-11-2012, 08:03 PM
I have now installed IZArc and when i test the SonicDVD_Win7_64_Z58582170.zip there are 2 files in the zip there bad CRC in

Can any one please upload the file to rapidshare please i have downloadet the file like 50 time...

dezw1980
07-15-2013, 11:18 AM
The link seem to have broken asI cannot download Sonic dvd suite from the link provided by Pilgrim

fakunchas
07-15-2013, 01:44 PM
forget that software.
Cyberlink Power DVD and you're ready to go.

dezw1980
07-16-2013, 09:34 AM
where do I get it from?

dezw1980
07-16-2013, 09:55 AM
I have managed to download it, but doesn't seem to play blueray 3d dvd's, maybe wrong region?? wrong setup?

dezw1980
07-16-2013, 09:57 AM
I have downloaded power dvd 13, but doesn't seem to play my blue ray 3d dvd, wrong setup maybe? wrong region?

dezw1980
07-16-2013, 10:18 AM
doesn't seem to play my blueray dvd for some reason, it seems to start , even giving a spiel about the dvd, then nothing happens.

fakunchas
07-16-2013, 10:45 AM
1. make sure you have the latest nvidia drivers
2. try another BluRay disk.
3. try to play from a .iso bluray (just to make sure the bluray player is actually working)
4. try to play a simple dvd with the same PowerDVD software

dezw1980
07-16-2013, 11:01 AM
ok, simple dvd works, blue ray and blueray 3d do not.
how do I check the driver info?

dezw1980
07-16-2013, 11:28 AM
downloaded latest NVidia drivers and the blueray and blueray3d discs play with sound but no video

fakunchas
07-16-2013, 12:54 PM
option 1)

dstrakele wrote:

1) Launch Device Manager and go to DVD/CD-ROM drives
2) Expand it and right-click on your BD drive and choose "Properties" from the popup menu.
3) Select the "DVD Region" tab. My tab says "Region 1" in Current Region and I'm able to play DVD's. Unfortunately, I don't have a Blu-Ray disc to check. Region 1 corresponds to North America. If you are attempting to play Region 1 DVD's/BD's and still experience this issue, then

1) Launch Device Manager and go to DVD/CD-ROM drives.
2) Expand it and right-click on your BD drive and choose "Uninstall" from the popup menu.
3) Reboot your system.
Windows 7 should detect your BD drive and install the proper Plug and Play driver for it. My "Slimtype BD E DS4E1S" drive on my G74SX-A1 has Microsoft version 6.1.7601.17514 in the Driver tab.
4) Launch Roxio CinePlayer and attempt to play a DVD/BD. Choose the correct format (i.e. 2D). Your arrow and enter keys should allow you to access the menus as well as your touchpad. Be sure to try both.

Let me know how it goes....

option 2)

It may be a problem with DRM protection. The following may apply.

Trying to play a newer commercial disc? They change the protection scheme so often that Roxio could not keep up with all the changes. DVD players are frequently updated so it will play on that. The "bad guys" assume that if you put a commercial disc in a computer DVD drive, that you are trying to copy it. This was first seen with Avitar and has continued since then. Roxio no longer sells the BR plug in for computers. What they sell is for making a BR disc and playing it on a BR DVD player.

try installing the trial version of http://www.corel.com/corel/product/index.jsp?pid=prod4090069&cid=catalog20038&segid=4400002&storeKey=us&languageCode=en, and http://www.slysoft.com/it/anydvdhd.html and give us your feedback (i really don't use BD, i have seen only a half dozen of BD movies in this 2 years and didn't have a issue but upon reading this my love for BD died)

dezw1980
07-16-2013, 11:49 PM
I originally deleter powerdvd from yhe G74s so I downloaded the trial version of 13, I have installed the latest NVIDIA drivers.
fakunchas: Ok so far I have tried option 1 and still nothing. The BD seems to play but with no videa, only sound.
will try option 2 after work

Thanks
option 1)

dstrakele wrote:

1) Launch Device Manager and go to DVD/CD-ROM drives
2) Expand it and right-click on your BD drive and choose "Properties" from the popup menu.
3) Select the "DVD Region" tab. My tab says "Region 1" in Current Region and I'm able to play DVD's. Unfortunately, I don't have a Blu-Ray disc to check. Region 1 corresponds to North America. If you are attempting to play Region 1 DVD's/BD's and still experience this issue, then

1) Launch Device Manager and go to DVD/CD-ROM drives.
2) Expand it and right-click on your BD drive and choose "Uninstall" from the popup menu.
3) Reboot your system.
Windows 7 should detect your BD drive and install the proper Plug and Play driver for it. My "Slimtype BD E DS4E1S" drive on my G74SX-A1 has Microsoft version 6.1.7601.17514 in the Driver tab.
4) Launch Roxio CinePlayer and attempt to play a DVD/BD. Choose the correct format (i.e. 2D). Your arrow and enter keys should allow you to access the menus as well as your touchpad. Be sure to try both.

Let me know how it goes....

option 2)

It may be a problem with DRM protection. The following may apply.

Trying to play a newer commercial disc? They change the protection scheme so often that Roxio could not keep up with all the changes. DVD players are frequently updated so it will play on that. The "bad guys" assume that if you put a commercial disc in a computer DVD drive, that you are trying to copy it. This was first seen with Avitar and has continued since then. Roxio no longer sells the BR plug in for computers. What they sell is for making a BR disc and playing it on a BR DVD player.

try installing the trial version of http://www.corel.com/corel/product/index.jsp?pid=prod4090069&cid=catalog20038&segid=4400002&storeKey=us&languageCode=en, and http://www.slysoft.com/it/anydvdhd.html and give us your feedback (i really don't use BD, i have seen only a half dozen of BD movies in this 2 years and didn't have a issue but upon reading this my love for BD died)