Play DVDs On Windows Media Player

Play DVDs On Windows Media Player
Play DVDs On Windows Media Player

If you have problem with watching the DVDs in Windows Media Player, you can play DVDs in WMV, follow the simple steps below

Know what version of Windows Media Player is on your laptop or computer. They are all different. See the tips section below for more detail.

Get your DVD you wish to view and insert it into the disc drive of your laptop or computer.

With Windows 7, the DVD should play automatically or from where you last left off. If that doesn't happen, proceed to the next step.

In Windows Media Player 12, the list at the side of the window should display the name of the DVD. Click on it to play.

With Windows Vista or Windows XP the DVD should appear on your desktop. If that doesn't happen, see the next step.

In Windows Media Player 11 click the arrow under "Now Playing". You should see the name of your DVD there. Click on it to play.

Then enjoy your movie.

Note

If your laptop or computer operating system is Windows XP or Windows Vista, Windows Media Player 11 will be the standard version.

If your laptop or computer operating system is Windows 7, Windows Media Player 12 will be the standard version.

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