Play Blu-ray on Windows XP

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Play Blu-ray on Windows XP :

Play Blu-ray on Windows XP Just as hard disk used the NTFS and FAT32 file format, traditional DVD using ISO 9660/UDF 1.02 format, Blu-ay discs (including HD-DVD and RBD, etc.) also used a called "UDF 2.5 (or 2.6)" file format to store data. But Windows XP and above Windows systems do not support the UDF format, so when you insert your Blu-ray disc into the Blu-ray drive, the "Windows can not recognize" error will pop out on your Windows XP computer. Then how to let your PC read Blu-ray disc on Windows successfully so as to play Blu-ray on Windows ? If you are facing the similar problem and don't know how to do, this article would be a good assistant for you. How to Read and Play Blu-ray on Windows Successfully? There are two solutions for you to read Blu-ray on Windows XP. Solution 1: Using UDF Patch To play Blu-ray on Windows successfully, you can first download UDF patch to make your XP to read Blu-ray discs correctly. The installation method is just as below. First, you should unpack the "UDF.v2.5XP.rar". Then you should find the "thdudf.inf" file and right-click on it to choose to install. After that, you should reboot the system to ensure the installation. If you want to uninstall this UDF reading patch, the steps just as below. Click the "Run" option from "Start" menu. Then enter the following statement to the box to uninstall the UDF patch. “C:WINDOWSsystem32RunDll32.Exe C:WINDOWSsystem32SetupAPI.Dll,InstallHinfSection DefaultUninstall.NTx86 4 C:WINDOWSINF hdudf.Inf”

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Tips: If you are Vista user, you need not worry about such problems since the Vista supports for UDF 2.5 (or 2.6). So you can feel free to read and play Blu-ray on Windows Vista with ease. Once you Windows can read the Blu-ray disc, you may want to rip Blu-ray movies out to your other portable devices for playback. AVCWare Blu Ray Ripper would be a good helper for you to achieve your goal. Solution 2: Using IsoBuster If you want to play Blu-ray on Windows XP, you can also use IsoBuster to read Blu-ray disc content directly. In this way, you have no need to install UDF patch. You just need decompression "IsoBuster.rar" on your PC, and then double-click to run "IsoBuster.exe" and "RI". Once you have registered successfully, you can then read Blu-ray disc on Windows XP freely. Tips: What's UDF 2.5? In layman's terms, UDF is a disc storage file specification as well as the translation of document. The optical discs are different from hard disk and UDisk. Its special media determines it can not use common NTFS, FAT32 and other file system. Thus, UDF has become the "translation" when the computer read optical discs. It is used to translate the existing files on a disc into the language that the operating system can identify so as to make normal communication and mutual transfer information with hard disk and UDisk storage devices.

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