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Windows Media Player doesn't do DVDs!


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#1 Ally Maypole

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Posted 03 August 2005 - 10:21 AM

Hello again all,

I've tried to play some DVDs on Windows Media Player, but I get a dialog box that says:-

"Windows Media Player is currently unable to play DVD video. Try decreasing the number of colors displayed on your monitor or decreasing the screen resolution. For additional solutions, click More Information to access the DVD Troubleshooter."

I have done all of these things, but to no avail. Changing colours etc seems to make no difference. Wonder if anyone could shed a bit of light?

Thanks and regards,

AM
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