Playing DVD: Cannot use remote to select menu item

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  1. metalla_nz

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    Hi everyone,

    I can play dvd's just fine, but when in the menu's I have no indicator of which menu item I am on.... I.e move controls around to select menu item, and no idea where it goes, but it does work, i can move and click ok and a new thing is selected, just cant see which prior.

    Any ideas?

    Have tried the cyberlink navigator, but trial has expired and returns to desktop, tried turning dxva off no change. Are there any other options?



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    i got the same problem, do you allrighty have a solution?


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    Ive still got nothing fixed with this. Anyone else have ideas of why this may be happening.
     
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    I have the same problem, looking for any suggestions...
     
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    Hm.... works fine here. Using Cyberlink and MS DVD navigator (I think). Perhaps attaching logs might help (logs should always be attached to support/bug reports anyway ;))
     
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    I still havent fixed it, but the same error turns up in WMP.

    If the new version of the decoder fixed it for you, any chance you can share the .ax file?

    Took me so long to sort out the one I have now...
     
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    follow the instructions in this post to get the new file...
    It is in the first post under the section that reads "How to extract PowerDVD MPEG2 ''CLVsd.ax'' decoder"
    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/...va-ready-mpeg2-h-264-vc-1-a-44614/#post300495
     
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    I know how... was just hoping to bypass downloading all of powerdvd again for one tiny file. We have metered internet around here.

    Sprangleknas, which forum rule would it break (not trying to be a PITA, just wondering). Its a freely available file isnt it?
     
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