Saturday, May 28, 2011 3:19 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Here's the bottom line. After that you will have all of the codecs you want for any file including DVDs. But if I ever were tempted to change OS's I would absolutely have to have something as easy to use as Media Center. jonnyAlpha, my apologies i gave you the wrong number, i should have gave you num, ... 2- open the... 1. weblink
And how do I do it without Metro? (I don't have high enough screen resolution.) November 2, 2012 Bob Win 8 still has Windows Media Player 12 installed. Of course, there is an XP Media Center edition. Win 7 Ultimate is there best by far. Create Account Megamenu account links Facebook login Integrated Chinese Online Workbook Stay Students Search What's an ISBN? http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/cannot-play-dvds-in-windows-7
I don't know if I understand you when you said something about a boot DVD. I would recommend open source OS like Ubuntu, Linux Mint etc but then they have their own limitations. November 2, 2012 Josh Gunderson Idiocracy -- love that movie! It can't be a hardware problem if the problem occurred as soon as you installed windows 7.
It would not work, regardless of what I did or which directions I followed. VLC played them perfectly! My icons are round, so you better make them in some other shape because circular shapes are mine.. Windows 7 Dvd Player Playing DVD is a privilege not a necessity.
marks100 - Thanks I know we have been drilling down the Media Player DVD Player configurations route but I did mention in my first post that I could not install a How To Play A Dvd On Windows 7 Laptop Working... Danny Do 429,967 views 4:51 Play DVD's in Windows XP's Media Player - Duration: 2:17. Only USB drives.
YES It's up to date. Windows Media Player Wont Play Dvd Gave up with trying to play DVDs but did install Cole 2k Codec pack and managed to actually get VLC to start playing DVDs but that's all it did, exact same With XBMC, it just works. But obviously MS learned fast that an OS which cannot play a basic, not to say very very old format like DVD just [email protected]$+s.
PATHETIC. http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/70158-63-plyer-doesn-play-disc Antivirus? How To Play Dvd On Windows 7 Media Player Ask Ram 399,859 views 3:07 Windows 10 Won't Play Videos On Media Player - Duration: 3:01. Can't Play Dvd On Windows 7 What do you expect Microsoft to do?
There are no native Microsoft codecs. have a peek at these guys Tuesday, March 03, 2009 8:10 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Interesting. WMC works on my clean install of Windows 7 just fine. How are the DVD's ripped He's as at home using the Linux terminal as he is digging into the Windows registry. It will probably be configured to open automatically when you insert a video DVD. Dvd Won T Play On Windows 7
Get your facts straight and stop this smear campaign. Most FOSS Linux distributions don't have codecs either. and so on. check over here Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top JonnyAlpha Posts: 15 This post has been reported.
You are basically saying Windows 7 can't play anything since everything is protected. Dvd Drive Not Reading Discs Windows 7 Sign in to add this video to a playlist. RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY TRIVIA Search How-To Geek How To Play DVDs or Blu-ray on Windows 8 or Windows 10 Upgrade to Windows 8 or 10 and you may
What's an ISBN?ISBNs (International Standard Book Numbers) are unique 10- or 13-digit numbers used by publishers to identify printed books, eBooks, video, audio, etc. This is definitely am Abit / nVidia / Windows 7 problem however I don't think I'm ever going to resolve it : ( Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top Can you supply that information? Windows Media Player Dvd I can access all the personal folders, disk and network drives attached to my system through Windows Explorer while in the classic Windows environment.
Read the info carefully and get the download not one of their adverts. Reports: · Posted 6 years ago Top Tech-No Posts: 92 This post has been reported. And by the way no OS is perfect and no company is honest. this content WorldTravelerMan 41,199 views 4:40 Windows 10 - Beginners Guide [Tutorial] - Duration: 37:55.
On a Mac (OS X >10.3): Our DVDs should play like any other DVD, using the preinstalled DVD Player program. instanttechrelief 49,851 views 1:33 Simple dvd fix that engineers use - Duration: 9:05. as you say you had no luck in wmp, settings. Ratina Display..
If the DVD does not show up on the desktop, refer to these instructions from Apple. All in all, Win 8 gives people the best of both worlds: A "Windows 7" classic environment and the Windows 8 Metro environment. November 2, 2012 Warren North I use linux mint so I can customize my system any way I like. There is the small fact that streaming video is not free, it freezes regularly and not all of us can afford mobile broadband.
To open it, press the Windows key, type add features, tap or click the Settings category, and tap or click Add features to Windows 8. http://hometheater.about.com/c.....codesa.htm Don't know what part of the world your in. It wont even go back to Windows 8 Start screen. I'm also a Windows Phone user and there are more pluses than minuses to me.
Even when I used MC on WinXP and Win7, I still had problems reading certain media types, like mkv's and bluray. I know his machine is fine, as it was his xmas pressie off me, and my last 3 media centres have all been basic installs. Typically, the drive would be listed as "DVD-ROM", "DVD R/RW" or similar under My Computer, and the DVD logo would appear on the drive itself. FOLLOW US Twitter Facebook Google+ RSS Feed Disclaimer: Most of the pages on the internet include affiliate links, including some on this site.
I love it now, its awesome I bought the surface RT and its great, might as well sell my ipad on ebay, because I really can't see myself using this out IE10 in the Metro interface is fast and secure. pspslimhacks 208,750 views 2:40 How to Play Any Video File Format in Windows Media Player - Duration: 3:07. Hi; I have tried posting this message on at least 5 different forums but up to now I have not found a solution.
Unfortunatly this had no effect and I still couldn't view dvds. *EDIT* I got my DVD's to work!