The same bug might exist in older builds as well, but 9926 is the only one getting it through Windows Update, so make sure that you deploy it in order to get the upcoming builds as soon as they're released.
Windows 10 is very likely to get a new build sometime this month, but Microsoft hasn't yet provided any specs for this particular release.
yes , it can be up/downgraded form the internet , about the usb, i tried to downgrade with the usb but still it's not working, is there any way to hach the BR region system ? its alot more important to me than evything else You really did no research at all before buying.
Automatic driver updates are fast, efficient and elimate all the guesswork.
Your old drivers can even be backed up and restored in case any problems occur.
Most Blu-Ray players these days are (apparently) usually made region-free by actually modifying the hardware.
There are supposedly some that are region-free off the shelf, but I don't remember which ones those were (and the media's probably doing all they can to put an end to that).
Hi , i bought th lg bd370 and there is a problem , when i put in it DVD its work great the same thing with mp3 dvd-r or pictures , but it doesn't see avi or mkv files the Movie button in the home menu is unpushable , only when i put in dvd video its working but not with avi (divx/Xvid) or mkv files .
( the same thing happend with my usb flash ) what can it be ? [QUOTE=lowellriggsiam;1971570]I don't see that it accepts those formats v=Ofbcya LQXDs like in this video Did you try updating the firmware?
After you upgrade your computer to Windows 10, if your Acer CD / DVD Drivers are not working, you can fix the problem by updating the drivers.
It is possible that your CD / DVD driver is not compatible with the newer version of Windows. Option 1 (Recommended): Update drivers automatically - Novice computer users can update drivers using trusted software in just a few mouse clicks.
However, unless one of the later or newer versions of the firmware for the US version of the player did allow you to view AVI/MKV, simply going between versions of the US firmware isn't going to help, much.