WinDVD Pro11 Playback issues

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WinDVD Pro11 Playback issues

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Hi all , I live in western Australia and are using windows professional xp platform. I recently downloaded a trial version of Win DVD Pro11 from the Corel site and upon completion of software installation and setting my zone I tried to play a standard music dvd, but was given "media not supported" command. I have looked at the settings etc but cant seem to find why this is occurring. Can anyone help me here with this problem ? Thanks
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Can you tell us what is the type of file or media you are trying to play using WinDVD? You may want to check if the file is indeed supported by WinDVD.

You can visit - http://product.corel.com/help/Player/54 ... twork.html for the supported media and file formats.
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Re: WinDVD Pro11 Playback issues

Post by Ken Berry »

Abiel -- the OP said:
I tried to play a standard music dvd
waynesworld -- was the DVD a commercially purchased one or a home made one? If the latter, then what program might have been used to produce it (if you made it yourself)?
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