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I am trying to use Cineplayer in Roxio 2011 Pro to play DVD movies. I can hear the audio, but I cannot see the video. Does anyone know what can be causing this? Does anyone have a solution as to how I can see the video? In addition, the same thing happens with Windows Media Center and Windows Media player: I hear the audio but cannot see the video.

 

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Let me restate my problem.

 

I have a dual boot system, Windows XP Professional 32-bit and Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit. I am trying to use Cineplayer in Roxio 2011 Pro to play DVD movies in the Windows 7 installation. I have installed Roxio 2011 Pro in Windows 7. I can hear the audio, but I cannot see the video. What can be causing this? Is there a solution as to how I can see the video? In addition, the same thing happens with Windows Media Center and Windows Media player: I hear the audio but cannot see the video.

 

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Let me restate my problem.

 

I have a dual boot system, Windows XP Professional 32-bit and Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit. I am trying to use Cineplayer in Roxio 2011 Pro to play DVD movies in the Windows 7 installation. I have installed Roxio 2011 Pro in Windows 7. I can hear the audio, but I cannot see the video. What can be causing this? Is there a solution as to how I can see the video? In addition, the same thing happens with Windows Media Center and Windows Media player: I hear the audio but cannot see the video.

 

Thanks.

 

Did you ever see video and hear audio?

 

This is a bought commercial DVD Disc?

 

Sounds like a system problem if you can't view it in Windows Media Center and Windows Media player too.

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Yes, I did have the dual boot system before where I had audio but no video. On this dual boot system, I had installed Cyberlink PowerDVD 10 and had no problem with playing DVD movies even though I had audio but no video with Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player. I thought by installing Roxio Creator 11 Pro on a reinstallation of Windows 7 I would at worst experience the same situation as in the previous dual boot system. To my surprise, it did not turn out this way. So, there is something in the Cineplayer in Roxio 2011 Pro that is shared with Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player that is irrelevant to Cyberlink PowerDVD 10. I posted this to the forum because I felt that at least this problem will no longer be unknown and, of course, I want to know if there is a solution to this problem.

 

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Yes, I did have the dual boot system before where I had audio but no video. On this dual boot system, I had installed Cyberlink PowerDVD 10 and had no problem with playing DVD movies even though I had audio but no video with Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player. I thought by installing Roxio Creator 11 Pro on a reinstallation of Windows 7 I would at worst experience the same situation as in the previous dual boot system. To my surprise, it did not turn out this way. So, there is something in the Cineplayer in Roxio 2011 Pro that is shared with Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player that is irrelevant to Cyberlink PowerDVD 10. I posted this to the forum because I felt that at least this problem will no longer be unknown and, of course, I want to know if there is a solution to this problem.

 

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Forget all the Dual Boot business unless it's on one hard drive, two partitions, and you think that is the problem?

 

Your assumption that CinePlayer/Roxio is your problem and conclude that Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player are affected by them.

 

Uninstall Creator 2011 and tell me if a DVD plays on Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player?

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