Additionally, this would only work either from a Blu Ray disc or a Blu Ray disc image/structure, so you were out of luck if you had ripped your Blu Ray discs into formats like mkv.
This was less then ideal for me since whenever I purchase a Blu Ray movie the first thing I do is rip it to my server in either ts or mkv format, so I would need to reformat my Blu Ray rips into a Blu Ray structure and also pay to use one of the 3rd party softwares.
For example, when we looked for drivers on the Intel website, even while having the exact device number, we had a very difficult time finding the right drivers for our Intel hardware.
Furthermore, when you search for drivers by name on a search engine like Google, it can take a long time to find all of the Windows drivers that you are looking for, even assuming that you know exactly which drivers you need.
Subscription auto-renews at the end of the term (Learn more).
Finding the exact driver for your Microsoft hardware device can be extremely difficult, even directly on the manufacturer's website.
Most often the reason why it's so difficult is that device names are represented differently.
If you have been following along with my last few posts (The Family IT Guy and Setting Up MPC) the main goal that I was working towards was to finally set up bitstreaming of HD Audio (DTS-MA and True HD) with my HTPC.
Leading up to the last few months this was only possible by using an expensive sound card (such as the Xonar HDAV1.3) along with dedicated software (such as Power DVD and Total Media Theatre).