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DVD PLAYER NO LONGER RECOGNIZED


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Aryan King

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Right click on {4D36E965-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318} and choose "Export". Save this to your desktop and name it filters.

Then right click on UpperFilters in the right pane of Registry Editor and choose "Delete". Accept the deletion.

Open Device Manager, right click on the cd drive, and choose "Uninstall". Accept the operation.

Close all open windows and reboot. Windows will reinstall the drive on startup...without the filter.

Did this help?


DVD player not seen in My Computer any longer????????

I TRIED The FIX above WITH NO RESULTS.

There is a yellow circle with an exclamation point in the device manager.
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peter99

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Try

Unistall it from device manager
Keep device manager open click on Action
Scan for hardware changes


You can read my post at

http://www.geekstogo...XP-t142390.html

Edited by peter99, 10 September 2007 - 11:14 AM.

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Aryan King

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Thank you very much. :whistling:

The fix you sent me to worked and the DVD system is now recognized in My computer.


Now I apparently need a DVD decoder to play the DVD+R.Any suggestions?

Thanks again.
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Please reffer to your other topic which I've already replied to.
WMP should be able to play your DVD though and if it can't you'll need to download an Mpeg 2 codec (google it)
make shure your DVD r is finalized and if it isn't you'll have to finalize it before you can read it at all (although some computer programmes can finalize discs it doesn't always work so this is best done on the DVD recorder you made the disc on).

Good luck,
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