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I STILL HAVEN'T GOTTEN MY DVD TO PLAY! Playing DVD is a privilege not a necessity. Simply download VLC. Do you hate Windows 8??

So, if you had a copy of Windows 7 (except the Home Basic and Starter versions) or Windows 8/8.1 Pro with Media Centre, then Windows 10 should have installed the DVD Only way to reestablish the connection between laptop and tv is to disconnect the dvd recorder (turning it off doesn't work). It's free, open source and altogether wonderful – like so many things on the Internet. It is truly the Swiss Army Knife of media players. http://www.howtogeek.com/127774/how-to-play-dvds-on-windows-8/

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Modern Windows apps are written to a new Windows Runtime API, which means they run in secure sandboxes and can easily be installed and cleanly uninstalled – much like iPhone/iPad and Click through albums and playlists and drag the songs you want to add to the CD/DVD to the Burn pane. Want more of a lean-back experience? If it does not play what you want then install the codecs for Win 8 from Shark 007 here http://shark007.net/win8codecs.html and if you have a 64 bit system then get the

Guess I'm 1up on you eh? Windows XP can do everything Windows 8 can, but if they keep on supporting old OS then who would buy new one? VLC is a great media player however it will not play encrypted blu-ray movies because being free they do not have any of the encryption algorithms installed. So why are we upset that MS has come out with another OS after a gap of 3-4 years.

Reply null May 6, 2013 at 8:47 pm I too only load DVDs to rip them to my external HDD for my personal library. Let’s go over both possibilities. Why? https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_8-pictures/windows-media-player-wont-recognize-external-dvd/6ae9d79b-ac5a-4037-bef5-e06499c2bee6?db=5 I have made many movies this way, & ALL of them (DVD+RW) needed finalization.

I was able to play the DVDs I had done through the Philips with the Sony machine I purchased several years ago. I can access all the personal folders, disk and network drives attached to my system through Windows Explorer while in the classic Windows environment. I had to purchase a Philips DVD/VCR to use the Sony. If your computer has a line-out jack, use that; otherwise use the headphone jack.

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No problems whatsoever….Period. http://www.dummies.com/computers/operating-systems/windows-7/how-to-burn-a-dvd-in-windows-media-center/ I am glad to see the program getting its due here. Windows Media Player This is a trial an error process that I just choose to start the DVD burning and go off and get a drink from the kitchen, check the mail, etc.NOTE: If You want to play 100s of DVD, go buy a dedicated DVD player.

These details has been precisely what I got trying to find. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-10-playing-audio-files.html There are two versions for Windows. It’s safer to use an app if it does all you want, and one is available. Upgrading is simple: just open the Control Panel, then click “Add Features to Windows 8”.

The format, created by Sony, is a tough nut for free software to crack – it’s heavily encrypted, so you may need something commercial for the job. Oh… I made my phone in rectangular shape so no one else can do it now.. The most popular options are the VLC Media Player and Media Player Classic. There's no s-video input on the dvd recorder so I can't just connect the laptop through it to the tv.

CarolJoySep 30, 2012, 2:20 AM fazers_on_stun said: If your Philips is not transfering the video correctly or making playable DVDs, then I'd either see about warranty replacment or getting a refund I also have a Monster mini-plug from the HP NC6000 Audio output which has Left/Right RCA plugs on the other end of the cable connected to the Audio input of the What’s the solution?

I have not even tried yet with the grabber through the PC.My real challenge right now is how many DVD players will not play my VHS to DVD-R disks?

However, it’s best to install it as part of the K-Lite Codec Pack. The good news is that Steam has come to Linux and comments from users seems to indicate that it is working nicely. It would not work, regardless of what I did or which directions I followed. It first appeared in Windows 3 in 1990.

You do get used to it after a while, and it is much sharper than what I got from VHS, but it ain't perfect. To clarify, when a DVD player reads a disc there are a set of instructions that tell the player what tracks to initially play. Reply Ace May 11, 2013 at 8:02 pm Windows Media Center DOES NOT play Blu-rays. http://magicnewspaper.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-freezes-on-playing-any-video-file.html I guess the powers that be figure you are buying a game console to play games.

by jack casey / July 22, 2005 4:50 AM PDT In reply to: The usual solution. You’ll be shown the upgrade available, depending on which version of Windows 8 you’re using. It has everything to do with Microsoft. I still can't find even a simple listing of the programs on my computer.

I'ts my understanding that only the DVD+RW discs need to be finalized. Windows Media Centre was originally developed for Windows XP Media Centre Edition in 2001, and appeared on boxes that could sit under TV sets. Whatever you prefer. Which to choose?

Notice I can get my point across without name calling and derogatory statements? Get the answer mikes1992Mar 30, 2012, 5:09 AM It could also be a problem with your burn speed. Muir If you know how to burn music to a CD/DVD in Windows Media Player, you can create mix CDs of your favorite music. As I mentioned previously, make sure you burn with all parameters set for max compatibility, and at a slower speed.Finally, be judicious with the clip editing - I find that most

Finally, I downloaded that VLC media player. If you wind up buying any software, google for discount coupon codes first . This seems to work and I haven't burnt this one yet. Reasonable people can disagree on this point...

Won't be upgrading my "media center" laptop (closed and hooked to receiver via HDMI) to Win8 any time soon, but thanks for the guide. The Galaxy S4 will scan storage and list them accordingly on the music and video players automatically. But it isn't. I tried connecting the S-Video to the Panasonic DVD Recorders S-Video Input and also have the recorder connected to the TV Input (via Yello/Red/White Video/Audio cable).

They said it was an error, and that they still haven't removed that information (as of a week ago) from their site. I've tried it and it just sucks. Have you checked out the huge mess Ubuntu 12.10 has become?