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VRO files not recognized by windows. What can I do?

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You'll need to acquire software to read these DVD files, or convert them to files you can read. A couple of popular programs are WinDVD and PowerDVD, but there are some freeware and shareware programs available that will be able to get the job done.
See this link for more details, or this link to the popular AVS converter.
There are also a few free programs that will turn up if you google free DVD software. Their features tend to be more limited, but may serve your purposes just fine. The best thing to do is download and try things out for a bit before you commit to a purchase...

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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Hi there.
Download VCL media player from here to play your VRO files >>>>

http://www.org-2009.info/vlcmediaplayer/index.php?source=CCN-CD242-UK&googleid=1039407835&gclid=CK-00bb_yJoCFVN_3godGFdS3A


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