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Answer: The BDR-2207 must be connected to the computer through a SATA cable when installing the CyberLink software. Please ensure the BDR-2207 is connected and recognized by the operating system and then restart the software installation.
Answer: BDXL discs can only be read on BDXL drives.
Answer: The BDR-2207 will work with newer software in a Windows 7, Vista, or XP SP3 environment. However, as with all current Blu-ray drives, it will not work with playback software that does not support Bus Encryption. Bus Encryption was implemented into playback software in 2011.
Answer: A small percentage of computers don't provide enough power to the drive during operation. In the case of a write operation, an error will occur, and the disc will be useless. To prevent this, the Peak Power Reducer feature, when enabled, monitors the power and can reduce the drive's peak power to ensure a stable operation.
Answer: PureRead, Auto Quiet Mode, and Peak Power Reducer can be configured as well as enabled and disabled with the Pioneer BDR-2207 Drive Utility. This utility is provided on the CyberLink software disc. The utility is not automatically installed with the CyberLink software. To start the utility, go to “X:\Pioneer Drive Utilities\BDR-2207” where “X” is the drive where the Cyberlink software disc is loaded. Ensure that the BDR-2207 is connected to the computer and then double click on “Pioneer BDR-2207 Drive Utility.exe”.
Answer: Ensure that the drive is connected and recognized by the computer before starting the utility. Ensure that the correct utility (BDR-2207) is used and not the BDR-XD04 utility. Connect the drive to the PC with a SATA cable and restart the BDR-2207 utility.
Answer: From January 1, 2012, all playback software is required to disable analog outputs from the PC for high-definition copy protected content. For such content, an HDCP display (monitor/TV) is required and it must be connected to the PC using a digital DVI (DVI-D), HDMI, or DisplayPort cable. The best way to know if a display supports HDCP is if it has HDMI inputs. The next best way is to look at the display's user manual. When playing non-copy-protected high definition video (such as home videos), or copy protected DVDs, the computer’s analog outputs are enabled and non-HDCP display systems will work. Note: This limitation is not applicable to notebook computers with built-in displays, only when using external monitors.
1Note: Triple and quad layer BDXL discs can only be used in BDXL drives.
212x BD-R and BD-R DL write speed achieved using certain media. Refer to the media support list.
3For more information on 3D playback system requirements and to download a BD and 3D advisor utility, visit www.cyberlink.com.
4PowerRead is not guaranteed to work with all disc conditions or under all PC environments.
5PureRead2 is not guaranteed to work with all disc conditions or under all PC environments.
6HDCP (High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection) display device is required only for playback of high-definition copy protected content (for example, a Hollywood Blu-ray title). For such content, the connection between the PC and the display device must be made using a digital DVI, HDMI, or DisplayPort cable.
Note: Auto Quiet mode and PureRead can be configured as well as enabled and disabled with the Pioneer BDR-2207 Drive Utility. The utility is provided on the CyberLink software disc, but is not automatically installed with the CyberLink software.
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