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Aahhh hello again. and thank you for helping me with my issue by the way ^_^ OK, so, i went into the k-lite folder ( C:\Program Files, k-lite) and looked for the "windows media player classic folder". and there isnt any folder by that name in there. aaaah, why is this not going well?!!?? help?!? i really appreciate it.

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I found out the download link for Media Player Classic (the last link in my post) does not work. Use this one to go to this download page and click on the link that says:

Download [ Media Player Classic 6.4.9.1 [2008.04.14] for Win2000/NT/XP/Vista ]

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Make sure you have the correct folder. There is also a light version of filesharing program Kazaa that's called K-Lite.
Which version of K-lite codec pack have you installed?
You need K-lite codec pack 3.8.5 FULL. Click here to download it.
The easiest way is to first remove the installation you have. During installation there are several pages where you can select or deselect codecs. I'm not sure if media player classic is listed there, but if it is, make sure it is selected. Else just finish installation. My installation folder was: "C:\Program Files\K-lite Codec Pack".
I'm pretty sure that there should be a folder "Media Player Classic" now.
If not, use this link to install Media Player Classic manually.
Using this player you should be able to open your DVD.

Good luck and please tell me if you got it working.

Posted on Apr 24, 2008

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    That post from Guest is actually mine, something went wrong when i posted it. Please don't rate it, but rate this one :)

    I found out the download link for Media Player Classic (the last link in my
    post) does not work. Use this one to go to this download page and click on the link that
    says:

    Download [ Media Player Classic 6.4.9.1 [2008.04.14] for
    Win2000/NT/XP/Vista ]

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