Windows Media Player Error Adjust Display Settings
You might need to adjust your Windows display settings. By default Windows XP, Vista Home Basic, Vista Enterprise, and Vista Business edition DO NOT include a DVD/mpeg2 codec, and will need to have one installed to play DVDs. You may receive the following message when you try to play a DVD in Windows Media Player 11 "Windows Media Player cannot play DVD video. The following are free Media players that work with DVDs: VLC Media Player Classic (Note: This currently does not work under Vista) You can use these programs to open up and have a peek here
Open display settings in Control Panel, and then try lowering your screen resolution and color quality settings." Cause of the Problem: Windows Media player cannot find a mpeg2 codec to play Sponsor: Unable to play DVD video in Windows Media Player Problem Description: You are unable to play DVDs with Windows Media Player. Related Programs and Devices: Windows Media Player , WMP , Windows Vista , Windows XP , Media Player , DVD , Mpeg2 Last Updated: 03/02/2008 01:35 PM View the discussion thread.blog http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=DE1491AC-0AB6-4990-943D-627E6ADE9FCB&displaylang=en If there are no codecs available on your system install a DVD codec on your system such as PowerDVD, Nero, or Roxio. great post to read
Windows Media Player Cannot Play Dvd Video. You Might Need To Adjust Your Windows Display Settings
Advertisement: Resolution/Fix: Use the following tool provided by Microsoft to see if you have any mpeg2 codecs installed on your system. Keep in mind that several DVD codecs are not free. All Rights Reserved Search: Defcon-5 Related Pages Knowledge Base Articles How to Articles Knowledge Base Feed Page Options Print Rating: 4/5 2 Votes Twitter: Follow me on
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