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Is windows media player able to play dvds? how daes it work? my laptop media can not play dvds.. i m feeling tired of it..

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You may need codecs in order to play most DVD videos and other formats like DivX. Use this codec pack here. Select the Media Player Classic as the application while you were asked to provide it. K-Lite After that both of your players are ready to play DVDs (its better to have Media Player 11 in your system for a better experience) Enjoy your movie!
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