Good day to all, I have recently purchased on line the Cyberlink PowerDVD 10 Ultra 3D (a back up disc was also ordered and received). The program was installed in my new HTPC and worked fine with all kinds of discs (BD, DVD, CD). A few days ago, I ripped and stored in one of the PC hard drives a BD movie (Quantum of Solace), complete with its menus, languages and subtitles, using the AnyDVD HD software. Later, I did the same with a DVD movie (Fantastic Four), again complete, with all its contents, this time using the good old DVD Decrypter. Before storing these two movies, I checked to see if PowerDVD plays them correctly and I was quite amazed how well this was done. Then I tried to play the ripped movies, but neither on the first nor on the second I can activate certain functions that were available when playing the actual discs, like selection of audio languages, subtitles, scene selection etc. A right click on the screen pops up a small dialog window, but these functions are totally disabled/deactivated, while fully functioning on the actual discs. There is no doupt that the ripping process was complete, because I can play these movies with other players, like e.g. the Media Player Classic. Following is a very brief configuration of my HTPC: - Gigabyte motherboard GA-EP35C-DS3R rev. 2.1 - Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700 "Kentsfield", 2.66GHz CPU - Kingston SSD Now V Series 64GB system disc - 3 x WD10EADS storage HDDs of 1TB capacity each - 4 Dimms x 1GB each DDR2 Kingston RAM - LG Super MultiBlue CH-10 BD/DVD-R/RW optical drive - Sapphire ATI HD5770, 1GB DDR5 Graphics Card - Windows 7 Pro 64-bit O.S. The PowerDVD Ultra 10 has recently been updated to version 10.0.2429.51, which is the latest I believe. I have asked Cyberlink about this problem, but I have no answer yet (it's too early, actually). Can anyone help me on this issue? Thanks in advance. P.S.: I am attaching a "printscreen" picture of my PC, where someone can see the pop up window and the disabled functions. The picture may seem a little blurry, but someone can see that some functions appear in bright white, while others in grey (disabled).