12-14-2009 03:20 PM
I have just upgraded to Widows 7 64bit Ultimate on my HDX9313TX Notebook PC.
All gone smoothly except my Blu-ray ROM with Super multi DVD drive is now using a microsoft generic driver and acting as a reader only.
I obviously need to get the correct driver. Under devices it is listed as a Mat**bleep**a BD-CMB UJ-120 ATA Device however IM not sure if this is correct.
Any help advice appreciated.
02-26-2010 09:39 PM - edited 02-26-2010 09:51 PM
Hi how's it going, hope ur doing fine.
I am currently experiencing this exact problem and noted the date of your post. [and also the no-response-so-far] Did you ever manage to get a fix for this problem?
I have an hp hdx9313tx notebook pc, that I basically bought to play blu-ray's on. I upgraded from Windows Vista Ultimate x64 to Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and lost blu-ray capability and apparently the quick-play touch buttons don't work properly now either. It still plays back a regular DVD.
When I put a blu-ray in the drive, it seems to get 'read' but when I click PLAY a message pops up that: "VGA Resource is unavailable. Playback is not allowed"
So far hp's Support & Drivers pages are not listing any Support & Drivers for for this model running any version of Windows 7. p/n KU827PA#ABG HDX9200 series
Anyway I hope you did find a way to sort this and look forward to seeing post update from you. Thanks very much from Dave.