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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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First, can the resulting DVD be read and played on your computer? You should be able to play the DVD with PowerDVD on your computer.
If the disc can be played on your computer with PowerDVD, but not on your DVD player connected to your TV, then the problem is most likely the brand of blank DVD disc used. Many people do not realize that most DVD blanks sold in stores are not very good. Memorex is a particularly poor brand. Try using Sony, HP, or Verbatim, and make sure to get their "premium" rather than "value" brands. The best DVD blanks are made by Taiyo-Yuden (which is now owned by TDK) and can be purchased from Meritline or Supermediastore.
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.
Here's what's happening... software companies like CyberLink subscribe to the Macrovision requirements for playing DVDs and protecting copyrighted materials.
Macrovision has approved numerous video cards for what they call "TV Out" which allows the movie to be displayed on your TV.
Unfortunately, your Dell Inspiron does not have a Macrovision approved and supported video card in it, so it gives instructions to the computer to disable TV Out and not allow it to play anywhere besides the computer.
You need a dvd decoder. There are commercial programs like PowerDVD and WinDVD which have their own players, and there are a couple of free ones, called VLC and Media Player Classic. All of these are easily found with a Google search.
If you want to watch from within WMP 10, I believe it should be able to use the decoder that is installed with PowerDVD or WinDVD. There is also the PureVideo decoder from Nvidia if your system meets their specifications. Also you can install Nero DVD software....
Hope this may help;