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16-Feb-2005, 09:58 AM #1
Reinstalling default Dell Media Experience
Do you know how to install Dell Media Experience software?? I have a Inspiron 1150 computer and I use this software to play DVDs. Recently I downloaded a Super DVD sofware package, which is superior in graphics etc., but is limited in the type of DVDs it can play. I am afraid now that it has LOCKED my DVD player to play only DVDs from a single region code. I would like to return to the Dell Media Experience software, and hopefully thiis will UNlock my DVD player. Do you know from where I can re-install the Dell Media Experience program: a CD, the internet or someplace else?

Please help

Peter RJ

PS. Prior to this I have sought the advice of Dell Technical Assistance, but I have not gotten a satisfactory answer from them. At first they said that I can get the Dell Media Experience software from a complimentary Dell Media Experience CD that comes with every Inspiron 1150; then they said it's actually on a complimentary CD called "Dell Utilities and Applications"; then they said I can download the software from the dell website, but when I go to the download section and login it is not listed; and finally, they say I have to buy the software, direct me to the sales dept, which upon hearing what I am requesting directs me back to technical assistance. An extremely frustrating experience.
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16-Feb-2005, 10:13 AM #2
found some info for you. check the forum at dell here.

how to reinstall here.
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16-Feb-2005, 11:09 PM #3
DME came loaded on my pc, i've had to reinstall windows several times, including DME. it's on the resource cd-rom that should've come with ur laptop! after that, u need to access updates inside DME & download those from cyberlink. if dell didn't give u a resource cd, i'd complain very loudly til they send u one!!
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