Windows XP Video Decoder Checkup Utility 1.0.0.1 for decoding DVD

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I have used Windows XP Video Decoder Checkup Utility 1.0.0.1  for decoding dvd but still it can't play all movies, what I should do?

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Best Answer by Sharath Reddy
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Windows XP Video Decoder Checkup Utility 1.0.0.1 for decoding DVD

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Hi,

There are so many interfaces of a program. All of them are almost compatible with each other. Some of them may not be compatible with each other. It depends on the program while creating.

However, Windows XP Video Decoder Checkup Utility 1.0.0.1 may not be successful to decode all the videos to play with your existing player. You may need some extra software for decoding the same. You may visit the site http://dvd.brothersoft.com/dvd-rom-decoder.html for necessary information in this regard.

I think you will get your required solution regarding decoding dvd and get them compatible with the existing player. I think it will help you.

I hope you understand it.

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Windows XP Video Decoder Checkup Utility 1.0.0.1 for decoding DVD

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I don’t see the reason why you are using a video decoder utility for decoding a DVD when you only want to do is to watch a DVD. Though watching a DVD also requires decoding it but not literally mean that you will always use a video decoder whenever you want to watch a DVD movie.

Instead of using a video decoder for DVD, download and install a DVD media player on your computer. If you have a DVD player installed on your system, you can play any DVD video discs. In reality, you don’t actually need to install a DVD player on your computer because you already have Windows Media Player.

It is capable of playing DVD video discs but of course in order for you to play a DVD video disc you need to have a DVD-ROM or a DVD writer installed instead of the usual CD-ROM drive. The best way to play DVD using Windows Media Player is to upgrade it to Windows Media Player 11.

But remember, to upgrade to Window Media Player 11 you also need to upgrade Windows XP to Service Pack 3. This is the last Service Pack for Windows XP and this is the highest for this edition. If you don’t want to use Windows Media Player for your DVD, you can download and install Advanced DVD Player.

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