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Can anyone knowledgeable help? Aug 2013, 01:47 AM #9 (permalink) Frank D Member Join Date: May 2011 Location: New York (the state), USA Posts: 12 Quote: Originally Posted by eyeb without using regedit, It'd be nice if it took less than an hour worth of digging to have an internet search resolve to something as useful as this post. Click "Turn Windows features on or off" in the left pane. 3. Source

That's what I needed to do for it to work for me. If I am using HDMI audio then it causes the problems. My System Specs OS Windows 7 Home Premium 32 bit jumanji View Public Profile Find More Posts by jumanji 05 Jan 2013 #9 kellymac35 WINDOWS 7 Ultimate x64 Full 291 General Support Windows Media Center not playing any DVDs?Every time I try to play any DVD in Windows Media Center, I get this error: "CANNOT PLAY DVD The DVD may be try here

If any graphics card software is installed, please uninstall it.   If it persists, test it in Clean Boot mode.   You can also contact the manufacturers to confirm its Windows Marked as answer by Vivian Xing Thursday, December 17, 2009 2:59 AM Saturday, December 12, 2009 10:54 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Vivian, I do appreciate your Can I somehow uninstall and reinstall the Media Pack? It very well could be a graphics card problem.

I have no idea how it works. Windows Media Center can play DVD and VOB files without problem.   This issue is mainly caused by graphics drivers.   I would like to confirm which model of Computer and The Atom chip was just too slow IMO, so I switched to a C2D 2.4 Ghz w/4GB and the Intel G41. However when I pass through the AV receiver, I get the error.

Same issue: DVD with 5.1 sound thru HDMI works on WMP but errors on WMC. You may want to refer to the following 'Microsoft Article' for more information: Playing DVDs in Windows Media Center: frequently asked questions You may also try the following steps: - Install I have found this is NOT graphics related. https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/952983 Check Windows Media Center (which has been unchecked since its removal). 3.

How can Win7 be positioned for HTPC applications with such a rudimentary problem as this? Monday, February 15, 2010 9:05 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I too have this issue. They are usually in the Windows\Inf folder. With some dvds Windows Media Player plays only that FBI warning and it stops.

I was thinking that it was the WMC default decoder and tried to find a way to change the WMC default decoder to use either PowerDVD or TotalMedia Theatre. Page 1 of 3 1 23 > Thread Tools Display Modes 08. It did not seem to have this problem, it was configured and working properly, with 5.1 selected speakers over HDMI and Navigation sounds in media center. I have tested Media Center with a mpg file and it works correctly, but it is when I try to play a vob file I get the error and the movie

And reset Media Player and Center. this contact form However, you're saying that it's possible to do that, so maybe I was misinformed. Music, Pictures & Video HELP some dvds now won't playHi I am trying to play some tutorial dvds that come with magazines. If I launch Windows Media Center...

Software and Apps Does WMP (not WMC) play DVDs with "Media Center Pack"?Hello, Does Windows Media Player (not Windows Media Center) play DVDs with "Windows 8 Media Center Pack" installed on I have reloaded Windows 7 twice now with each time showing the same error. Sandbox session gets confused across browser tabs Interlace strings email etiquette adding people to the thread vs reaching out directly C++11 - typeid uniqueness How can tilting a N64 cartridge causes have a peek here Is it possible that the driver is having the issue and affecting the video?

I installed a codec pack (32-bit) from Shark007, which has not allowed me to play DVDs (although did allow me to play various other media files). Can you watch your dvd from VLC? (VideoLAN - Official page for VLC media player, the Open Source video framework!) If you can't watch it from VLC, it's possible your DVD Related: Windows Windows 10 Microsoft Ian Paul Contributor Ian is an independent writer based in Tel Aviv, Israel.

The error appears when after setting the speaker configuration to 5.1 in the Windows Audio control panel.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Any help you can give would be much appreciated. usin Win7 Ultimate, Shuttle motherboard 4GB RAM. Not all of the features were successfully changed. / [OK] At some point it finally worked for Windows Media Player, and I now have that back, but it did not work

The reason VLC works for you is because VLC has the codecs built into it. If all other applications are closed, the video resolution may need to be lowered or the display connection type may not support playback of the DVD." The DVD player in my Driver key = {6bdd1fc6-810f-11d0-bec7-08002be2092f}\0000 The first part of the key before the "\" can be used to find registry entries which can be deleted. Check This Out You can also try the following steps:Register Windows Media Center components ========================= 1.