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Re: how to turn off tv-out
This sounds like a software glitch, I would recommend reinstalling the Power DVD. I use Power DVD and have never had this problem. If it persist, then you can disable the tv out from the device manager.
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there are a few options, firstly if your tv accepts a monitor cable vga hd cable, then you can connect directly, if not you can go through a ps3 or xbox 360 or even a dvd player with a usb.....load the film onto the usb and play from the dvd player /xbox/ps3
It comes with a DVD player that works built in (If you have a DVD-ROM drive). If you don't, you have two options: 1. Don't play DVDs on your laptop. 2. Use Power-DVD (http://www.cyberlink.com/products/powerdvd/overview_en_US.html) to WATCH MOVIES ONLY. It doesn't let you use DVD-ROM features.
Hi there. If the lens was damaged it wouldn't read at all. Its asking for a decoder, you have to buy these, they are programs like PowerDVD etc. If you don't want to pay for a decoder then use VLC Player, this will play your DVD's as its universal. Get it here >>>>>>>
Usually when you insert the DVD you should get an autoplay menu that asks which program you want to use to play the DVD (such media player etc)
Acer usually has a bundled software that allows you to watch DVD movies it could be called WinDVD ,PowerDVD choose that program to play the film.
Have you checked to see if your drive isnt too full. This can be the problem why it has only just started. I bet if you got rid of some of your films in that machine watching a DVD from the ROM would be a pleasure. I know my sister has that problem and refuses to part with her films so she has to watch here DVD on another machine because she too has to many videos in her laptop. The poor machine and CPU is working overdrive and the RAMS too.