CyberLink power dvd fails to connect with the server

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Hello there,

I have this error when I try to connect to the main CyberLink server. My Internet connection is working just fine like usually but I cannot get rid of this error. Can anyone help me please to fix this error ? What is causing this one ?

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CyberLink PowerDVD

An error occurred on the digital media server.

The home media server service encountered an internal error , and is no longer available. Try closing CyberLink PowerDVD and then re-launching it to restart the digital media server.

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Answered By 5 points N/A #180099

CyberLink power dvd fails to connect with the server

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Hello,
Did you tried  relaunching CyberLink PowerDVD then restarting digital media serever? elaborate about what excatly you were trying to do?
well based upon the given info i would like to suggest to disable "MediaServer" from settings.
One more possible reason could be unchecking a "CyberLink services"  with in "MSCONFIG". if it is so, you must activate it. 
Hope this may be helpful to you. 
 
Answered By 574845 points N/A #180100

CyberLink power dvd fails to connect with the server

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If this is the first time that this happens, close CyberLink PowerDVD then restart the computer. Start CyberLink PowerDVD but don’t open other applications then try connecting again to the CyberLink Digital Media Server. See if it works. If the same error occurred, check your internet connection. Check the network cable attached at the back of your CPU.

Unplug the cable from the network port and then plug it in again. Try connecting to the server again and see if it works. Another possible cause for this is if you are using a firewall such as Comodo. If you are using Comodo CIS, try setting the firewall to Safe Mode. Usually, in this mode, CyberLink PowerDVD starts normally without throwing an error.

You can also set Comodo CIS to Custom Policy Mode to see what CyberLink PowerDVD wants to do when it first starts. You should allow whatever steps CyberLink PowerDVD makes to help you narrow down what it really wants.

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