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Go check your email! What gives? just the other day I was wondering why everytime I put a dvd in my laptop, windows media player popped up with a note saying it is unable to play. this contact form
Even when these apps are run in Windows 8 they seem to be more capable players than anything Microsoft has. Let the DVD player remain without power for 1 minute. What more do you want? Go ahead and play with your colorful tiles… November 5, 2012 Doh @ERIC L. http://www.howtogeek.com/127774/how-to-play-dvds-on-windows-8/
As a long-time Ubuntu user I grew accustomed to these shortcomings, but it’s a new problem for Windows users – and an especially frustrating one for people who paid for an I tried to install a voice changer (screaming bee audio) and it wouldn't work because of some reason I can't remember off the top of my head right now, but it Here's why. And in any case, I tend to watch all movies or videos on my TV.
If it seems to be speeding up and slowing down you could have a dirty/bad optical pick up assembly. 2-Try with different DVD/ CD to isolate. Reasonable people can disagree on this point... so go ahead and enjoy. I'll come back and let you know what I find.
If Win8 was not such a pain to use for real work, it would be more understandable. November 2, 2012 spiny norman Marco, I think the only people who don't hate Windows 8 are Microsoft shills and Apple stockholders. Lloyd May 6, 2013 at 4:29 pm I've used VLC for years. What software are you using to play DVDs and Blu-Ray discs on your computer?
I'm also a Windows Phone user and there are more pluses than minuses to me. Because the software technology for playing these disks isn’t free — Microsoft previously paid $2 for every copy of Windows sold, just for the right to use the patented technology needed However, I want to put my added 2 cents in here for VLC. Not a major problem as I already have vlc, power dvd and a number of other third party apps that work just fine.
August 20 by masoodhamooni Show 3 more comments Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? http://ccm.net/forum/affich-91321-dvd-r-wont-play-in-dvd-player I have searched for a few days and i tried some recommended software from other forums and this thread below, finally i choose ufusoft blu-ray player, cheap, lifetime update and it Both can be running at the same time and users can switch between the two, depending on the tasks they're doing and what works better for them. The revamped task manager, file copy, boot times, online user account, snappy UI, etc made the decision easy to upgrade to Windows 8 on all the PC's in my home.
My icons are round, so you better make them in some other shape because circular shapes are mine.. weblink The app had no problem getting through the FBI warnings, previews, and the menus of my DVDs, but it failed to playback a few of my movies. I had to go to the menu and manually finalize it. What if you don’t want the Windows DVD Player app?
Reply Nevzat A May 5, 2013 at 11:02 am What about K-Lite Mega Codec Pack? Reply Steve K May 10, 2013 at 11:48 pm Microsoft has wrapped it self around the Idea that the public want nothing but cheep tablet computers. It’s free, and after you install it you’ll be able to play DVDs in VLC – no problem. navigate here I took the memory card from the camcorder and put it on my computer then put them on the dvd-r.
It can’t play the disk. If you're using a prebuilt, boxed PC from a vendor like Dell or HP, your PC may already have a commercial DVD playback solution installed. If you have any tips for Windows 10 you’d like to share, please let us know via Facebook or Twitter.
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Guess I'm 1up on you eh? Read More , and this program can easily play any DVD (and unencrypted Blu-Ray disks – there’s experimental support for encrypted Blu-Rays in the works, but that’s an issue for another Reply Edward Goldblatt May 8, 2013 at 10:15 pm VLC, AlShow, WinAmp, or (if memory serves) Media Player Classic all work very well. He's as at home using the Linux terminal as he is digging into the Windows registry.
Reply John Will May 6, 2013 at 11:19 pm Yea VLC is great my phone even has a app te control it, such as pause and rewind like a controller. It takes some setting up, but you’ll end up liking it – and the DVD playback is basically automatic. Assuming you have your DVD inserted, click on Media > Open Disc then just sit back and enjoy your DVDs. his comment is here Microsoft briefly offered this software free of charge, but that period is over.
UFUSoft gives a step-by-step guide on how to Play Blu-Ray with VLC in Windows 8 64-bit/32-bit that may help you to play Blu-Ray for free here: http://www.windows-blu-ray-player.com/free-way-to-play-blu-ray-discs-with-vlc-on-windows-8/ Reply Javed July 9,