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Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by Bobbious, Jun 29, 2012.

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  1. Bobbious

    Bobbious Thread Starter

    Jun 29, 2012
    I was on my Vista, Making A Star Wars video,when I went on to Windows Media Player to burn it to a DVD so I could Watch it on my DVD player. It did not work. So, thinking it was a bad disk , I try again with the same problem. I go online, download tons of software, but nothing works.:eek: After a few hours, I find a website that was for Windows 7, telling you how to use Windows Movie Maker to burn the DVD. So I had to get a flashdrive, put it on my Windows 7, and soon I was watching my video on my TV. No offence to Microsoft, but I really don't like Vista a lot after that little incident:mad:


    Jan 30, 2007
    A lot of people didnt like vista for a lot of reasons.If theres drivers for your model of computer maybe you can install windows xp on it instead or see if it will support an upgrade to windows 7.It might be either the player only reads cds/dvds and cant burn them or the cd/dvd drive is shot and just wont burn anymore just read.
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