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Fifa08

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Hi everyone. I am new here. I have a dvd drive that refuses point blank to install powerdvd or play dvd movies. It used to work fine until I go my new computer. Now it gives Catastrophic error occurred when I install powerdvd. Also the samsung drive will not recognize the cd that came with my dvd drive at all. The movies won't play because according to windows xp home I don't have a dvd decoder installed. But just to confuse matters my dvd games will install and play with no errors I have an E6700 CORE2DUO with asus p5n32e sli plus motherboard and x-fi extreme music card and xfx 7900gtx 512mb ddr3 pci-express. Can anyone help me? P.s I have reinstalled windows xp home and that did not solve the problem.
 
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Just a little confused here. Is the Samsung the DVD drive or another drive? Have you cleaned the PowerDVD disc or is this a download? If it is a download did you pay for it or was it free? What is the error you get word for word when you install it?
 

Fifa08

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The samsung is the dvd drive. The powerdvd came with a graphic card I once had as an extra. The drive worked perfectly until my new set up :mad: .Also I normally play my Star Wars movies on my computer and they use ActualPlayer which comes with the movie. When I try to play the movie it gives "feedback problem. Check your video settings ot lower your resolution" I checked the grpahic card driversand thats not the issue as I played my movies with the same graphic card driver(94.24 for windows xp) on my old computer. I still use windows xp. Is it the p5n32e sli plus is only for windows vista?
 
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