I found out that there was some corrupted data in the MFT (the OS install was an image restore that I had to mess around with to actually get to boot) after trying to do the clone with macrium reflect (at least it managed to throw out an error unlike a certain piece of software used by the major hard drive manufacturers), so I just disconnected the hard drives and installed windows 10 fresh onto the SSD even though there's a few things I have to do to get it back to how it was before.I had issues with OS cloning when I got my SSD, I had to just do a fresh Windows install. You might be best off doing the same.
Brilliant player. Have the same. Definitely recommend. Managed to get the multi region upgrade for BD's + DVD's with mine.Just received my Oppo UDP-203 4K UHD Blu-ray player in the mail today. Not much of a photo, because I'm having a crowd over for Movie Night tonight in my theater to watch The Last Jedi, so I won't have the time to unpack it and set it up until either late this evening or tomorrow morning.
Brilliant player. Have the same. Definitely recommend. Managed to get the multi region upgrade for BD's + DVD's with mine.
I'd be super interested if you could take some pictures/document the installation process. I've been kinda interested in the player for a while, but have never really pulled the trigger.Yep, well like I said, I ordered the multi-region hardware kit for mine immediately after I ordered the player. Takes only 2 minutes to install. I have a similar kit I installed in my BDP-93 a couple years ago, and it works great for UK Region B discs. Also, the UDP-203 still supports 3D playback, which I definitely need for the almost 200 3D Blu-rays in my collection.