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Yeah like what drwarpo said, it might either be the volume level on windows media, or the fact that you don't have the right plugins for the dvd maybe... try "www.wmplugins.com" (minus quotes) and search for "avi", also you should download "divx", just google it, every computer should have divx
Posted on Mar 13, 2009
If you are using windows media player that is a common problem with some dvds use nero or a different program as ms does not have plugins for all variations in dvds
Posted on Dec 21, 2008
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