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  1. frankjohn

    frankjohn Thread Starter

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    I have a CyberLink power dvd disc 4.0 and use it on my windows xp os.I want to use this software on a dell server with windows 2003.The disc says For system requiements >windows 98se,Me,2000,&xp. I get no answer fro a email to CyberLink & to call them its $35.00 If there is any of you pros. that can help me out i would be gratefull. Thanks
     
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    I think you'll find it won't even install on Windows Server 2003, let alone run. But why don't you simply give it a try before posting -- it won't blow your PC up! It will either work or it won't. That's more concrete that any guess we can make.
     
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    Thanks 22
     
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    Download and install K-Lite Codec Pack 6.7.0 Full - which will provide all the video and audio codecs that you need to watch DVD movies in Windows Media Player 11. (y)

    During the install process, select the "Default(without player)" option, then put a checkmark in "Windows Media Player", then select all video and audio codecs for it.

    There's no need to install CyberLink PowerDVD or InterVideo WinDVD or any other program that you need to pay for.

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