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burning photos on dvd wont happen with windows xp


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dela1000

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i cant burn photos to play on my dvd using windows xp home but most all other demos will work on my dvd What am i doing wrong , because i follow the burning directions perfectly and they replay on computer but not on dvd. Ulead movie factory burns perfect for dvd and computer but limited to 99 photos. please help me dela 1000
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did you install the hmat support update for windows xp from windows update?
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in reply to your question yes hi-mat is installed along with hi-mat viewer but i still have no luck playing the photos on dvd player on tv thank you dela
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What instructions are you following to burn the dvd picture disk?
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This may seem like a stupid question, but is the DVD player that you're using compatible with the image format that you burned to the DVD? Some players can't view DVDs with folders and images on them. If the DVD player is compatible, then put all the images in the same directory on the DVD.
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