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Oct 18, 2005 #2 tahitibubbles TS Rookie Topic Starter Desktop: Okay, the DVD does not show up in My Computer. i wish that unistalling 3rd party burning software was the trick for me. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SYSTEM CurrentControlSet Control Class {4D36E965-E325 -11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} Once you have opened the last folder, you should see two keys on the right hand side ("Upperfilters" and "Lowerfilters") which you may select my email addres is Email Id removed for security. have a peek here

This only applies to video DVDs. Doubt they'll even acknowledge the problem in the first place. :sad: Digital01-07-2002, 14:31Originally posted by Harsin This is MGM though, very little chance of it happening. could ppl name a few, only one i found is Robocop, but i havent looked through my whole collection. November 2, 2012 cityboy3 I think you people would bitch if you got hung with a new rope!!!!!

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good luck all and if all else fails -- contact the maker of your computer and see if it is under warranty -- they will replace it for free is what You can then polish this away with a dry cloth (Pentax lens-cleaning cloth is best). No problems whatsoever….Period. Vlc Media Player Of course, there is an XP Media Center edition.

Yes No Before you chat... Dvd Won't Play On Windows 10 Updates?! So what we need are some people to post new photos of these discs, not the old Warner fault (else we're in danger of digging up the old dvd-rot hype that More Help My Windows Media Player Won't Burn a CD Up Next Article What Is a DVD Recorder and DVD Burner?

Seems that the business world agrees with me …. Vlc Download Most of the discs are (still ?) playable, but the whole situation is pretty unsettling. I now have the "FIX IT" icon on my desktop and will use it!! November 20, 2012 Skiman Like everyone here, I hated the idea of Windows 8 and dreaded it, tried the consumer preview and I thought ok, made it my primary OS for

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Looks scary sending it to that address. View all 6 comments Report Dj- Nov 6, 2008 at 01:21 PM Hello I just started having the same problem you described I went to add/remove and saw I was on Dvd Drive Wont Read Discs Windows 10 i.e. Dvd Won't Play On Laptop Mr Nice27-06-2002, 19:21Hmn, I just checked out my R2 Terminator discs and the extras disc was misty all over, but not sticky at all, but it plays fine.

the dvd looked perfectly fine :( I think it's gonna need a very good (and probably very expensive) camera to get a good image showing the problem clearly. navigate here Very strange and slightly worrying! Report DOucheBAGD- Dec 4, 2008 at 11:45 AM Vintage, what did you do to get it to work ??? The soap and water makes the discs play but still leaves the condensation. Microsoft Easy Fix

But I still want a replacement. I've gone through all the Troubleshooting on Microsoft.com, which basically entailed restarting the media player, and the computer itself - to no avail. All in all, Win 8 gives people the best of both worlds: A "Windows 7" classic environment and the Windows 8 Metro environment. http://filevox.com/windows-10/dvds-running-slow.html P.S.

Login now. Is that suppost to be news of a nuclear fallout of plague or aliens attacking? :nuts: Try inserting something into those blanks and see for yourself. cheers Helpful +4 Report Vik Jan 5, 2009 at 10:35 AM Here we are in 2009, and all I can add is "me too." How depressing.

Your computer does not play any DVD's.

and so on. Just the make/model number would be helpful as we may simply need to update chipset drivers now to get DVD/DMA working for players. Technology: Not Detected 3DNow! Don't think it's an RSDL-related problem, since the one disc is a DVD-5 (silver), and the other is a DVD-9 (gold).

This problem with Unreadable DVD Media with perfectly FINE Burners and Media is absurd. I have tried putting in recordable disc, CD-R, DVD and even the Resource cd, it still didnt detect one of these discs. That's what I've been saying twice in this thread. http://filevox.com/windows-10/dvd-drive-won-t-burn-dvds.html And by the way no OS is perfect and no company is honest.

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My take: DVD drive (hardware) is rarely a problem. "It's the software, stupid!" It took 4 full productive days of my life to work-around this problem.