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Cineplayer® Dvd Decoder Pack For Windows Xp Not Working

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I succesfully downloaded

CinePlayer® DVD Decoder Pack for Windows XP and yet I still can't watch a movie on my laptop. what am i doing wrong?

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I succesfully downloaded

CinePlayer® DVD Decoder Pack for Windows XP and yet I still can't watch a movie on my laptop. what am i doing wrong?

 

I have no idea what you are doing wrong since you have not told us what you are doing.

How about some details?

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I want to watch dvd's on my laptop but when they load in windows media player I get the error "Windows Media Player cannot play this DVD because there is a problem with digital copy protection between your DVD drive, decoder, and video card. Try installing an updated driver for your video card." So I googled what that meant and one thing suggested I get the CinePlayer® DVD Decoder Pack for Windows XP. So I pay for and successfully download the decoder pack put my movie in the laptop and continue to get the same error message.

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Is the disc standard commercial, blu ray or 3D?

 

Sometimes it is a non-compliant monitor or using the wrong connections is the problem. How (what kind) of connection do you have between the computer and monitor? DVI or HDCP?

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It's a Dell Laptop Latitude D830 - that's as close of an answer as I can get you on the "connection from computer to monitor" question. I've tried multiple standard movies that you buy at Walmart or other stores. It identifies the movie but won't play it.

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It's a Dell Laptop Latitude D830 - that's as close of an answer as I can get you on the "connection from computer to monitor" question. I've tried multiple standard movies that you buy at Walmart or other stores. It identifies the movie but won't play it.

 

Ok, lets do it this way. Please do this (link) and attach the result to a reply. Do not copy and paste the result.

 

Just one more question. Did you ever go to the Dell support site and look at the updates for your computer? The site will identify your computer and suggest updates. One of those is the video driver. That is what is needed from your first message.

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