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The standard version has Windows Vista® Home Basic Edition SP1. This version do not have native support for decoder to watch DVD movies. Install a good DVD player like WinDVD or any other DVD player software. This will install the necessary decoder. Once this is done even if the installed trial version expire, your windows media player will still play the movies. However, if you like the software, make it fully licensed version on-line. Hope this helps.
If you are using Windows XP or Vista home basic or any other lower versions of windows, they do not have the decoder installed natively. If that is the case, the best option is to install a good DVD player like winDVD or cyberlink. You can start with a trial version. Once the player is installed, it comes with the decoder and it will play even after the trial expires. If you like the player make it a licensed version online.
Looks like you are missing the DVD decoder. If you are using Windows lower than Vista Home Basic (Including) like Windows XP, they do not have the DVD decoder installed natively. Download a decoder and install it. Better still get a Good DVD player like Win DVD Player. You can also try this. Install a trial version of a DVD player. Even after the trial period expires probably your DVD will still work since the decoder is now there. Not checked but it might. In any case, if you like the player you can make it fully licensed on-line.
Well luckily for you Windows comes with it's own editor very similar that many users don't even know about. It is called Microsoft Works Word Processor. Search Microsoft works in your search bar and you will see it pop up. This can open those microsoft word documents for you to edit.
Thats why people are reverting back to windows xp because vista eats up root memory like anything. I'd suggest you to remove few games or useless files from your root directory and perform a cleanup of you root drive.