Go to your Start menu and click Run. You can only upload files of type PNG, JPG, or JPEG. I searched a lot in the web and finally got the solution required from you. Note if you decide to change it can only be changed 5 times. 2.
I downloaded it and ran the installer. You can only upload videos smaller than 600MB. Ask a question usually answered in minutes! It's the program that I usually used to play DVD's.
Profile 2 does the same default install as the Profile 1 but doesn't install the player (which you can also do by unticking the box next to Media Player Classic). The full text of the error message is "Windows Media Player cannot play DVD video. You WILL eventually run into problems, with some format, at some point in time. Windows Media Player Digital Copy Protection Error So you have two alternatives: 1.
You can only upload photos smaller than 5 MB. Windows Media Player Cannot Play This Dvd Because A Compatible Dvd Decoder Is Not Installed Any other suggestions? WELL I JUST DID ALL THAT BUT STILL HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM AND MESSAGE. Initially it was just a message suggesting that I change my screen resolution, etc.
You might need to adjust your Windows display settings. Windows Media Player Cannot Play This Dvd Because It Is Not Possible To Turn On Analog Copy I installed the K-Lite mega codec pack, but that didn't work. Check that the DVD region on the computer is set correctly. RSS ALL ARTICLES FEATURES ONLY Search The How-To Geek Forums Have Migrated to Discourse How-To Geek Forums / Windows XP (Solved) - Problems with Windows Media Player (22 posts) Started 9
Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc. The "install everything" approach is flawed in many ways. Windows Media Player Cannot Play Dvd Digital Copy Protection is my only remaining option to spend money on this software for something that was free last week? Windows Media Player Cannot Play This Dvd Because There Is A Problem With Digital Copy Protection I'll search on your problem some more and I'll post back if I think of any ideas.
lordsmurf, Apr 27, 2009 #5 Bichey Joined: Feb 11, 2009 Messages: 546 You are welcome, HowdeeDoodee Bichey, Apr 28, 2009 #6 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is http://yellowproductions.net/windows-media/windows-media-player-won-t-play-it.php I guess I should have mentioned in my first post that I'm running Windows 7 Home premium. HELP! From the error message that is more likely then the region code. Windows 7 Dvd Decoder
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Now I have deleted Nero and exhausted every other option, it is consistently insisting that it is a problem with digital protection, etc. :( Reports: · Posted 9 years ago Top Windows Media Player Decoder Reports: · Posted 9 years ago Top parker6 Posts: 26 This post has been reported. Edit 2: Were you able to play DVDs before you installed Nero 8?
I recently installed a trial version of Nero 8 on my Windows XP computer. Yeah, i reckon your problem is with the codecs, try downloading K-Lite Pro codec package which i use on my vista, media player 11 and everything works fine. I was fine to play them all before I downloaded Nero. Mpeg-2 Decoder Try installing an updated driver for your video card." I have no idea what a driver is, or where I might find one!
Reports: · Posted 9 years ago Top taybay Posts: 521 This post has been reported. Screen resolution is set at 800 by 600. Paying too much for broadband? useful reference I thought it was a decoder issue too, after recent developments, but now the message that comes up when I try to play the discs has changed to "Windows Media Player
Loading... I installed the codecs from the link you provided and the problem is solved. Open display settings in Control Panel, and then try lowering your screen resolution and color quality settings" They have always worked fine before, so I do not believe the problem is Color quality is re-set at 16 bit from 32 bit.
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. When you are done selecting the profile and/or codecs to install, keep clicking next, install etc until the application installs.