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windows media player 10 shows a blank screen during DVD playback and winDVD5 wont play either and say create overlay failed and suggest I change display settings. I tryed that but nothing happened so reverted to the normal settings.You guys have been great in the past so here i am again. I did have power dvd but didnt like the way it worked, it wouldnt ffoward right so I un installed it now I have nothing. maybe cybertech's power dvd made some kind of registry change that can be reversed. if anyone got a solution please help
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windows media player 10 shows a blank screen during DVD playback and winDVD5 wont play either and say create overlay failed and suggest I change display settings. I tryed that but nothing happened so reverted to the normal settings.You guys have been great in the past so here i am again. I did have power dvd but didnt like the way it worked, it wouldnt ffoward right so I un installed it now I have nothing. maybe cybertech's power dvd made some kind of registry change that can be reversed. if anyone got a solution please help


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found a fix on google groups. turn off the netmeeting application running in tray and every thing will work just fine. and thats that.
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