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DVD Player Help

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    • * When your browser asks you what to do with the downloaded file, select "Save" (your browser's wording may vary) and pick an appropriate folder. If that doesn't work for some reason, on Windows you can click the link with the second mouse button (right click) to get the pop-up menu and select "Save Target As..." (again, the wording may vary).

  • Most Windows computers come with already installed DVD-player software. But these progams may or may not play every DVD you insert into your computer. Listed below are links that will provide you with Media Player Classic, a free, open-source, full-featured media player that should be able to play most media disks and files. If you are having difficulties viewing or listening to a disk with your factory-installed player, you may find that Media Player Classic will do a better job.

    Please click the download link appropriate to your computer & chose the SAVE option*:

    Download Media Player Classic

    After downloading the file to your computer, un-zip the file. Drag the icon representing the player onto your computer "desktop." Media Player Classic does not need any further installation. Double click on the Player icon to launch the program. Insert your DVD into the DVD drive. Click on the Player's FILE Menu. Select the OPEN DVD option.

    If you have difficulties playing a DVD or a media file, one possible solution is to update your computer's video support files (Codecs) by installing the FFDShow package.