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won't play dvd.


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testigo02

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there's no way i can play my dvd. I got this message : CREATE OVERLAY FAILED. Even when i do change screen resolution and depth nothing happens... Please anybody ?
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anzenketh

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Hello testigo02

I would start with first reinstalling the codac by reinstalling the DVD software.
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hi there... first no sofware at all
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The Skeptic

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Look at this link. It might be helpful.
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YOU GUYS ARE A W E S O M E THANKS A LOT.
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Also, to anybody wanting to play DVDs, google a program called Alshow (as in "all show"). It's a freeware media player that comes with all codecs needed for playing dvds. It solved all my dvd watching problems.
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LIKE I SAID... YOU GUYS ARE A+++++++.
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Thanks for letting us know.
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