Posted 21 February 2007 - 11:57 PM
Usasma, I would guess that since it's a Retail board from ASUS, that he prolly installed from scratch.
Further, I have had similar issues running any DVD's within Vista which currently appear to be caused by a lack of Protected support on some of my older DVD's. When running DVD X player, my dvd's play w/o issue. However, when I try to play them with Media Player, supposedly with built in DVD support, I get a low memory error. Bull. I have yet to run Process explorer to determine the root of the issue with Media player. But when running a 3rd party DVD player in compatability mode with XP sp2 works, why worry about it.
Salshrrom, you may want to download the latest drivers for your Video Card and DVD Player/burner whichever it is.. Also, turn off any Firewall or Antivirus programs before installing new drivers or Applications on VISTA as some of these products will Treat new drivers and software as a Virus, or even worse, as a Root Kit. Now go and be merry with vista.