That is an old card you have there, and it doesn't look fit to decode HD video. It's probably a good idea to buy a new card at this point (it doesn't have to be an expensive one, just one that isn't that old).
I just finished building my first computer and have installed a Pioneer Blu-ray disk drive. When I tried to play a Blu-ray movie it wouldn't work.
I'm running Windows 7 (64bit) and I've loaded Cyberlink's BD Solution. I'm also using a nvidia GeForce Graphics Card (8400 GS, 512 MB) that I pulled from my old computer.
When the movie didn't play, I installed Cyberlink's Blu-ray Disk Advisor. On the Basic Playback tab, everything was green-lighted. On the Advanced Playback tab, everything was green-lighted except:
Hardware Dual Video Decoding Capability H.264
Hardware Dual Video Decoding Capability MPEG-2
Hardware Dual Video Decoding Capability VC-1
All three were red. What are these three and what do I need to do to watch a Blu-ray movie on my computer.