Windows media player cannot play dvd??
("lady in pink" already asked this, but as the answers she got still don't solve my problem i'm asking it again)
"windows media player cannot play dvd video. you might need to adjust your windows display settings. open the display settings on control panel and then try lowering your screen resolution and color quality setting."
I DID ALL THAT BUT I'M STILL HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM AND MESSAGE. HELP!
i have windows vista and i have all the codecs... i used to be able to watch dvds on my computer but from one day to another this message appeared.
i have all the codecs! why do you tell me to install them? this happened from one day to another... my codecs didn't disappeared...
and i don't wanna use the VLC player!
i want to use the windows media player!
thanks for your help :)
- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
No worry.Don't use Windows Media player to play dvd movie. Use VLC player instead. download VLC player free here: http://www.videolan.org
if you have problem using VLC in Vista, check this link: http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/using...
- ↨§↨HERON↨§↨Lv 41 decade ago