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Media playback I need help to play my dvd in my xp

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Re: media playback

Go to
and download vlc
that should playback your dvd if not go to
and download the k-lite codec pack
also make sure you have the most recent video card drivers     

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This section provides information on resolved issues in this release of the ATI
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• Catalyst Control Center, setting the de-noise slider does not affect the quality
of progressive video content
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