3 Replies Latest reply: Mar 12, 2013 4:03 PM by Haloman12
Turnan80 Level 1 Level 1

Ive always loved Itunes, Ive always thought it was the easiest way to build a library, either music, or movies, ebooks or what have you. Now this new "Icloud" comes into the picture and tells  me more than half of my digital movies cant be played because my pc isnt HD compatible, I watched every movie i have in my Itunes library before, therfore I am so frustrated, no one seems to have any answers for me, I think most would feel out of hundreds of dollars of digital movies and feel the same way.....I dont buy movies from Itunes but every movie I've ever bought off the shelves at stores that has digital download on it is put in my itunes library. I Dont want to lose/leave itunes as my system of doing things but.......im at a loss, Anyone Help??? The funniest part of all of it is...Next to all the movies says "Purchased" so obviously they are legit and mine.

Windows XP
  • zymosan Level 1 Level 1

    I am having a similar problem with iTunes 11 on a Windows 7 box. I was able to rent and play HD movies befor "upgrading" to iTunes 11, however now when I try and rent a movie in HD I get the error: "This cannot be played in HD on this computer. You must rent and watch the HD version on an HD-compatible device. Or, you can rent the SD version and watch it on this computer."


    Guess i'll be renting movies from XBox from now on.

  • Haloman12 Level 1 Level 1

    Same here. I have Windows 7 Pro 32 bit, SP1, and my graphics card is an Ati Radeon 3400 HD


    So, im not getting at why it cant play HD movies on mine when I clearly have an HD graphics card.

  • Haloman12 Level 1 Level 1

    Wait a second, IF you look UNDER the movie picture thing, it says that your computer and display must support HDCP...