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Blu-ray lags!


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Peptobismol165

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Hello!
Today I received my blu-ray player ,Samsung Sh-B123, and the picture quality is AMAZING!!! The one problem with it is during certain scenes it lags! The movie freezes, goes again, you get the idea! I'm not sure what is causing this! I tried 2 different movies and 2 different media players (PowerDVD 9 & 11) All of them lag! I'm not sure what the problem is! I have an ASUS-MS238H ( http://usa.asus.com/...onitors/MS238H/ ) Which supports 1080p, so its not my monitor. And yes, its set to 1920x1080 at 60Hz Refresh rate.
Whats the problem? Here are my computers specs:

ASUS P7-P55 SUPERCOMPUTER mother board http://usa.asus.com/..._Supercomputer/

ASUS Geforce GTS 250 (512 Mb) http://usa.asus.com/...S250DI512MD3WW/

Intel Core i3 @ 2.93 Ghz

4Gb of DDR3 RAM http://www.newegg.co...N82E16820145260

950 Watts of Power

Samsung Sh-B123 Blu-Ray Drive http://www.newegg.co...N82E16827151232


Thanks for the help!

(PS- It DOES work on DVD. Same movie too)

Edited by Peptobismol165, 02 June 2011 - 07:08 PM.

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950W??? Wow, that is serious overkill! Not your problem - just an observation.

If all works fine otherwise, send the Blu-Ray back. It sounds like it is having problems.
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Is there a test I can do? Some software that looks for this?
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Is there a test I can do?

Well you could try it in another computer and see what happens. Assuming you have your Page File set up properly (or you allow Windows to manage it - and it does that well, especially Vista and Win7), and you have lots of free disk space, with your 4Gb of RAM, you should not be having problems.

Understand that even a basic graphics card, or integrated graphics should be able to process this HD content with no problems. So your card has plenty horsepower. You might check to see if ASUS has a newer driver for it, however.
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So I finally got my new one!!!
Still the same problem. Anything else you can suggest?
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Sorry that did not resolve the problem. As far as other suggestions, I can only offer those I already suggested.
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