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BD-J don't play on hardware players

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megaflopp
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Joined: 2010-06-24

Hello there, it's me again.

Don't halloo till you're out of the wood!

Referring to the last thread, everything plays fine on software-players. I thought 'That's it' and put the disk right to the hardware-player and --- nothing. :-(
Video and menu are playing well, as I want to enter the BD-J-part, the screen blanks to black and the disk stops. No error-warning, but I didn't count on this.

So what may be wrong?
Using Nero to burn, UDF 2.5, BDJO and JAR are at the expected places. External parts from the xlets, the images, are in a subdirectory of root. Signing was ok, no errors from BDSigner, AppID and OrgID are checked. Two different PRFs, because there are two xlets in one JAR.

Any ideas someone?

Thanking you in anticipation
Holger

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szmarine
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Joined: 2008-06-13

>External parts from the xlets, the images, are in a subdirectory of root.

If you does mean 'root', -- any directories under root directory other than BDMV and Certificate will be ignored by applications -_-;

A player especially software player sometimes can be a little too much tolerant to disc problems.