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April 2, 2012 7:52:18 AM

I have a Toshiba P770 Laptop that wont play Blu-Ray!, Please help.
April 4, 2012 6:47:53 PM

how long have you owned it? will it play regular DVD's? if it will play normal dvd's and not the Blu-Ray then it's possible the laser that reads the Blu-Ray is no longer working as the blu ray laser and the normal dvd laser are two different things.
check and make sure the blu ray is working in another blu ray player as well, it may just be a bad disc.
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April 4, 2012 7:17:39 PM

Appreciate your response, The Toshiba P770 is near new and a topline laptop with all the Bells & Whistles.
I have previously been able to play Blu-Ray!, that is until I installed the Windows8 Beta which I found very very disapointing and reinstalled Windows 7 which is much better, however my computer now has an inferiority complex and is cuasing me a few problems which I'm trying to fix.
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April 6, 2012 2:17:23 AM

did you do a factory restore or just load from a win 7 disk?
factory restore from the restore partition would have taken care of everything.
Windows 8 is still a baby and I dont suggest using it on a main PC or laptop.
I know the P770 is near new, but some were made with blu-ray and some lower end models were not, was just making sure.
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April 6, 2012 12:48:19 PM

penguintech said:
did you do a factory restore or just load from a win 7 disk?
factory restore from the restore partition would have taken care of everything.
Windows 8 is still a baby and I dont suggest using it on a main PC or laptop.
I know the P770 is near new, but some were made with blu-ray and some lower end models were not, was just making sure.



Thanks for your continuing help, believe me that I need the assistance!.

Your very perceptive I did indeed load from a win 7 disc & I dont know how to do a factory restore!, any chance of giving me the information to allow me to attempt this.

My computer skills are intermediate at best as I'm a 66yr old Aussie battler!.

Thanks Klaus
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May 17, 2012 7:46:42 PM

Klaus Turkovic said:
Thanks for your continuing help, believe me that I need the assistance!.

Your very perceptive I did indeed load from a win 7 disc & I dont know how to do a factory restore!, any chance of giving me the information to allow me to attempt this.

My computer skills are intermediate at best as I'm a 66yr old Aussie battler!.

Thanks Klaus


Go to The Toshiba support site, there you will find the Blu-Ray player software for download. Make sure you select your laptop model first.
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March 13, 2013 9:40:46 PM

My choices are:

–> Free:
DAPlayer 1.0.1.9
Gom Player 2.1.43.5119
GreenForce-Player 1.12
Kantaris Media Player Lite 0.7.7
KMPlayer 3.3.0.33
MPC-Home Cinema 1.6.2.4902 x86
PotPlayer 1.5.33948 x86
SMPlayer 0.8.0.4316
VLC media player 2.0.3
Xbox Media Center 11.0

–> Commercial:
UFUSoft Blu-ray Player
CyberLink PowerDVD Ultra 12

We have so broad choice to play music and videos…. :) 
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April 1, 2014 1:35:46 AM

Have you tried VLC media player? It is a cross-platform Blu-ray player software and free to download and use. While it has some limitation in playing the commercial discs. Actually there is no good enough free Blu-ray software unless you pay.
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