Hello again guys! It's been more than 4 months since my last entry on this post. After my TV stopped working I have made some renovations in my home that have forced me to pospone anything related to home cinema stuff. Well here I am again.
Today I have made a full reinstall of my HTPC and the interlaced lines continue showing. I have read the full post and see the possible cause can be... a relatively low power graphics card?? I'm surprised after all this seems to be a HW issue. My HTPC graphics card is a nVIDIA GT210 that sould be OK to play HD video.
Any new workaround for this issue not published here?
First, the bad news:
After testing the BD-J in my HTPC using Windows XP and Windows 7 (both English versions) I have had the same results. I have not tested WIndows 10. So we can discard the language OS as the origin of the problem. It was a remote possibility, but I had to try it .
Now what we may call “the good news”:
Installing Media Portal in my everyday-PC did the work. The BD disc under test displays perfectly! I am using using Windows 7 Ultimate x64 (the same version that was originally installed in my HTPC before performing tests with English OS versions). The everyday-PC uses the built-in VGA adapter integrated on the Intel i3 CPU - less powerful than the dedicated nVIDIA GPU card installed on the HTPC. So we can discard the GPU processing power as the origin of the problem.
Then this issue should be a graphics card driver related problem.
On the next days I will browse the nVIDIA driver archive to install an outdated version... That is the only I can do.