I bought an external dvd player (probably silly thing to do ) but the same thing happened.
I tried installing various players and codec packs but nothing helped.
Does anyone have any suggestions?
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You need the correct software to do that. Go to the Sony website for drivers and downloads, find your model and see if there is any DVD software for Windows 2000 for it. It's just that simple. If the site doesn't have it you just have to get some software for it.
Did your external DVD player come with any software disk? If so it probably has what you need, if not try going to the maker's site and see what is available for it.
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