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I agree that the lack of legacy media support (IE:DVD) out of the box is a complete and utter joke. I'm still having a facepalm moment here… Reply Martin says: May 3, 2012 at 11:58 pm Subtitle support, DVD playback and open format support (MKV, Ogg, WebM) is essential, otherwise users It's already bad that Microsoft does not offer native Blu-ray support (in one of the more expensive SKUs) but no DVD playback is a huge regression. This edition of Windows seems to be removing more features than it adds. navigate here

I have tried ALL DAY to get back from an Adaptec problem which meant my machine would re-set just after logging in (Win 2k) and this was the only site which Operating Systems ▼ Windows 10 Windows 8 Windows 7 Windows XP See More... Media Centre Extenders? But I got a message window that reads something like " Your Cd may be corrupt or a file may be corrupt or removed/deleted from it. over here

Open your Cd and try to play every file." My question is: When WMP 12 is not working which was working VERY GOOD before, how can I rip music from regular http://www.cyberlink.com/…/press-news-content.do Here you can see the software in action it starts at min 0:54 http://www.youtube.com/watch Could the Media Center be available as an addon package to download like it was for dDVD'S ARE UNIVERSAL!!!

Makes much more sense. For the vast majority of people, this will be seamless as they experience a PC with an optical drive and DVD playback just works. No, create an account now. I have only my D drive C dive and A drive what can I do ?

Looking to get things done in web development? Hellllooo Macintosh. These shouldn't be problems after all! http://www.winvistatips.com/threads/problem-playing-audio-in-media-player-9-in-win-2000-pro-sp-5.495418/ All Windows 8 METRO requires is the following: (a) LiveTV App (b) EPG Guide App (Centralised guide powered by SkyDrive) - Allow plugin services for missing Data: e.g.

The tip can also be used to uninstall WMP9 under WinME or WinXP without having to use System Restore to revert back to the older version of WMP. Putting a PC into 'hibernation' mode shuts down the computer normally but when the Power putton on the computer is pressed to turn on the PC, it will reload Windows and Do NOT try this with WMP 9 as that version requires Win98 SE, 2k, ME or XP and is NOT compatible with Win95 & NT4. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More...

Cyberlink is currently developing a MetroStyle version of it's PowerDVD software for Win8 and i bet that most OEMs will preload it! http://erpman1.tripod.com/cmptips2.html Don't reboot yet after closing Msconfig. 2. Please do WMC some justice. Run the IE 5.x setup program to view the License Agreement dialog box but do NOT proceed any further.

If your computer and/or motherboard has ACPI power management ready features and you are installing any edition of Windows 98, run the Win98 FE/SE setup program with the "/P J" option check over here This really is a shame because you have finally streamlined the packaging, and now this… I also find it quite absurd that Win8 will not support DVD playback out of the Event Type: Error Event Source: Service Control Manager Event Category: None Event ID: 7000 Date: 12/23/2000 Time: 2:27:29 PM User: N/A Computer: DEAN Description: The Cdralw2k service failed to start due Imagine that hooked up to Kinect.

Reply sparticus1701 says: May 3, 2012 at 6:26 pm I'm quite disappointed to have to pay for an additional package. These apps are absolutely horrible and are some of the worst media playback programs I have ever used. What about the pricing for the Windows 8 Pro Pack - marginal cost too? 🙂 Reply jmwills says: May 3, 2012 at 5:29 pm rumored to be around $50 Reply hamakaze his comment is here For non-supported OSes, get any of the following unofficial TZ / DST updates below: For Windows 2000, an unofficial KB2769756 update can be obtained here.

Reply Steven Sinofsky says: May 3, 2012 at 10:33 pm @Eric -- Today when PCs ship with DVD drives there is a combination of software and licenses between Microsoft and PC But those Music files didn't paste as a BLOCK on HD, instead they pasted as INDIVIDUAL Music files!" This resulted in a minor hassle ie I have to get up from Infact, why bother with the effort of starting?

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talk about going backwards!!! Reply [email protected] says: May 3, 2012 at 5:26 pm Can you define "marginal cost" of Media Center Pack? Un-installing Windows Media Player 9.0 Completely: (do NOT use this tip with Media Player 10 & higher) Click here to view my wmp9del.htm file on how to remove WMP9 completely under says: May 3, 2012 at 8:41 pm This is absolutely pathetic, you can buy a physical blu-ray player that plays everything for under 80 bucks, what excuse do you have to

It is not simply another CODEC and all the software and licenses are different. Gomplayer ; click here hiwatt 11:22 28 Mar 08 Can you not just uninstall it then reinstall and see if that helps?click here brundle 11:24 28 Mar 08 "using It's cruel and unusual punishment for Micro$oft to drag it out like this. weblink Reply Optical says: May 3, 2012 at 5:43 pm So if I upgrade from Windows 7 Ultimate, it will actually downgrade me to some basic Windows 8 without DVD support.

If I buy Win8 and upgrade to Pro, then I have it. Today's Windows 7 customer has Media Player, Media Center and potentially Zune. 3 different clients with 3 different experiences and support.