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 Can windows media player burn dvds?

Answer Windows Media Player allows users to burn data DVDs. Depending on the type of DVD, users may burn between 4.7 and 18.8 gigabytes of data to a DVD disc. Windows Media Player supports DVD+R, DVD+RW,... Read More »
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How to Burn Protected DVDs on a Windows XP Media Center Edition?

Burning a protected DVD on your Windows XP Media Center Edition computer requires a workaround, as the default DVD-burning tools in your operating system will not perform this task. To burn a prote... Read More »
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How do i play dvds on windows media player?

Insert DVDInsert the DVD into the computer's CD drive. The CD drive must have DVD-reading capability to view DVDs on the computer.Select DVD DriveOpen Windows Media Player to the "Now Playing" pane... Read More »
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How to Copy DVDs to Windows Media Player?

DVD movies can be "ripped" from the disc to your computer if you want to watch the movie on your computer instead of an external DVD player. You can then add this new movie file to your Windows Med... Read More »
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Can Windows Media Player 11 play DVDs?

According to Microsoft, Windows Media Player 11 will play DVDs if you have a DVD drive installed in your computer. Additionally, DVD decoder plug-ins must be installed in order for you to watch mov... Read More »
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