Re: can't watch a DVD
What players are on your machine? You can play the DVD from the program, if the program you are using can play it.
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No. It's in right.
Is it possible that you have it in upside down?
DVDs often have a ridge (ring around the hole) on both sides of the DVD.
Usually by default, unless it’s disabled, it will start playing in media player when you insert the DVD.
I usually disable this.
Can you arrow to a choice, like
Open with Windows Media Player?
I get a notification saying to choose what ot do with the DVD bu5t I don['t know how to select it.
I use VLC media player most of the time.
Although I’m not sure the “open with” method actually works in this case. I will have to test it. I usually access through the media menu in VLC.
Try Media Player first I suppose, since you probably already have that. I never use that programme but I admit VLC can present a bit of a challenge for first-time users.
I know I have a CD DVD drive on this computer but I can't watch a documentary my sister gave me for my birthday. Is there something I might not be doing right? I don't want to have to tell my sister that I can't watch the documentry. It's supposed to be a really good documentary about the life of Janis Joplin.
Thanks for any help you can give in advance.