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: ( i got dvd-rom but i cant watch dvds lol

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ReDMaN    1

i lost my Win Dvd software....how the hell do i watch fast and furious dvd on my computer....the gay thing stops after 5min....???????plz help...

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PM5K    0

What does it tell you ? It might be some halfass copy protection.

Are you watching it on the computer or using tv-out, or a decoder card tv-out ?

Tell us a bit more please.

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Xcalibur    0

are you using a trial version of windvd? the trial version only plays for a limited amount of time.

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ReDMaN    1

forget it! i figured it out....thanks anyway....this is the best message board....wenever i got a problem u guys help me...but this time i helped myself : )

thanks

ReDMaN

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DjmUK    0

Or...use "Windows Media Player 8", there's a powertoy or tweak that will enable DVD playback in WMP8.

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Scorbing    517

I tried WMP8 to play DVDs and it freezes after a while. I have a Radeon 64MB SDR 3D card on my PC. I started using Power DVD 4 Deluxe and everything runs smoothly now. WinDVD's latest version doesn't seem to be that compatible with Windows XP and Samsung DVD Drives but Power DVD 4 worls great with both the OS and the drive.

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[Fuzzy]    0

http://windvd.cjb.net

nothing more needs to be said

edit: nothing more USED to be needed

but apparently its gone now

damn

that sucks

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Brian C.    0

Power DVD XP 4 is fantastic! :cool:

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s0ldats    0

where do i get the codec pack to play dvd's in wmp8?

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