Did LG GH22NS70 functions failed due to updates?

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I virtuously finished a sassy reinstall of XP Home on my E521, NVIDIA Ge-Force 6150LE, NVIDIA 430/410 Serial Human (if those numbers cater). Then, I updated to MS Media Contestant 11 to measure outlet DVD functionality. I observed the content with rough movement in my recording resolution, which proved w/o any success.

I checked my Figure Administrator and saw no yellowness businessman. Also, I run the DVD through my NERO 10 contestant its entirety precise. The feature has been measuring and doing fixes but to no avail. I rattling would same to get the 11 up and lengthwise if accomplish-able.

My DVD burner / player is a new LG GH22NS70, I'm non effervescent jetting MS updates after the good lay and features have been swamped with lots of NET Hypothesis updates. I would like to ask if a deficiency of all the updates state installed caused the DVD contestant not to work.

On another comment still, though I made the box checked off to apprise myself by email but I never get notified. Has Hollow reversed this off?


Windows Media Player

Windows Media Player cannot play DVD video. You might need to adjust your Windows display settings. Open display settings

in Control Panel, and then try lowering your screen resolution and color quality settings.

Answered By 573075 points N/A #92143

Did LG GH22NS70 functions failed due to updates?


Why not try following what is suggested on the dialog box of Windows Media Player. It is possible that Windows Media Player is having a hard time running on the current display settings. Try lowering the settings by going to the Control Panel, Display, Settings.

Try lowering the screen resolution and the color quality of your monitor. If after doing this you still can’t play any DVD video on your computer, close Windows Media Player then insert a different disk (not a video disk) on the DVD drive. Insert an audio disk or an ordinary data disk with burned data files in it.

Try browsing the disk’s content through Windows Explorer. If the computer can browse the disk’s contents and you can see it on the screen, try checking the display settings again and the graphics card as well.

You may also check your DVD drive’s settings by right-clicking My Computer, Hardware tab, Device Manager. Expand the DVD/CD-ROM drives by clicking the + sign beside. Then double-click your DVD optical drive.

Click the DVD Region tab. If it was set on a different region, then this might be the reason why it can’t load any DVD video. Just set it to the right region. If the DVD drive is not set to any region, keep it that way.

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