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i can't watch my dvd..

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by tsatsos007, Sep 22, 2003.

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  1. tsatsos007

    tsatsos007 Thread Starter

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    hello there....i have just bought a new laptop, and i am truing to figure out why i can't watch a dvd! i watched a movie 2 days ago, but out of the blue i got yesterday display errors as well as Error# C00D116A in windows m. player!!! i also have windvd...i still can't even see the title menu!--what's goin on????
     
  2. dai

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    bump
     
  3. tsatsos007

    tsatsos007 Thread Starter

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    what??what d u mean?
     
  4. GwizJoe

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    I have no idea what that meant either,but I do know what is going on with your system.
    Windows Media Player seems to think it is the default player for your system's video files,unfortunately it can't play DVD movies and errors out.I suspect you installed it AFTER you installed the WinDVD program...
    Reinstall the WinDVD software.If it asks if you want it to be the default player,answer "yes".You should be good from there...
     
  5. suesman

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    I think "Bump" was just tryin' to keep this towards the top so people might be bale to help. (y) :D
     
  6. dai

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    spot on
     
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