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Blue screen during dvd play

I bought a graphics card nvidea geforce4 mx4000 and its working fine but when i tried to play a dvd the screen turns blue, but when i removed the graphics card and used the on board graphics system my dvd is working just fine. What's seems to be the problem, pls. help.

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    I have the same problem and I used Adobe Encore.

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The dvd player software that you're using maybe not supported by your vga card. Try to change your setting of the graphic card video option. Or try to play the dvds using different player.

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