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How do you make a Samsung SV-DVD440 play windows media audio/video file?

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Hello Jbryantjerse,

-You cannot make your DVD player itself play windows media audio/video files. If your DVD player is not compatible with those formats you will need to convert the files to something that is compatible with your player.

My personal recommendation for software to suit your needs is Nero which would be able to burn both audio and video into formats that your dvd player will accept. For a free trial or to purchase CLICK HERE.

Hope this solution is plausible for your problem. Post back if you need any additional assistance, any at all. Thank you for choosing Fixya!

Posted on Jul 16, 2009

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