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Dvd's won't play

Since i bought my monitor i cannot play dvd's on my computer.troubleshooter tells me to change resolution, but still no good. is it because i only have an analogue cable. the idiot i bought it from hasn't a clue. please help...

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There is to me no connection between the three problems. If the monitor behave with normal computer wor there is nothing wrong with the reolution. Analogue/HDMI cable makes no difference if fact although I must asdmoti to be getting on a bit [well into my fourth decade] when I play may monitor [which has both] by flicking the switch - I casn see no appreciable difference. Coming back to the change the reolution. If you put a driver in for the monitor - delete it let Windows sort for its self see what happens and come back

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