Originally Posted by Belch
I also have some bad news about the Powercinema Linux. I have been in contact with the Software developer (http://www.gocyberlink.com/english/index.jsp
) and the version supplied does not support playing movies from harddrive. Its a big joke. The support at Cyberlink is a bunch of retards. They dont even understand the problem.
It seems I have to use USB or DVD when using the Remote. This is very sad. It was a reason for me when choosing the Notebook. And when I try 2 harddrives, the program doesnt even boot.
Belch, I don't know if i understood correctly but my PowerCinema sees the harddisk when I boot and I can play the movies from my hard-drive.
But there were some which I couldn't play...I think it's because of the codecs, i haven't had time yet to see if you can install codecs or just play the mpeg 2 and DVD format written in the specifications.
And my hard-drive is SCSI (this is what Windows is showing me...a bit strange but it maybe true...then I am the proud owner of a SCSI hard disk
) so it's similar to the S-ATA, it need drivers, right?
Well mine boots into PowerCinema just fine...
Rectified...the hard disk specifications are these ones S-ATA: http://www.fcpa.com/download/downloa...-datasheet.pdf
But Windows keeps telling me Fujitsu MHT2080BH SCSI Disk Device. And also other programs for diagnostics report me that it's SCSI.
or SCSI and S-ATA are really different interfaces?