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i just finished watching a dvd on the windows media player, and now it is stating to me that Windows Media Player cannot play the DVD because a problem occurred with digital copyright protection. what happened that quick from me taking out one dvd and putting another in. when i tried to watch the dvd on the cineplayer, it will start up at all either. i don't know what has happened that qiuckly. can you help me?
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I finally figured out was going on with my windows media player. it was a problem with the video card, driver, and decoder. i ha to go onto dell.com and download another video driver onto my computer. after i did, the cineplayer and windows media player started to work.
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