Several months ago, I received great help from members with my problems burning DVDS.
Now, I'm having a new problem with copy protection but I have a feeling the answer is quite simple.
Approximately, one month ago I had my hard drive wiped and everything then reinstalled. At the same time, I also was upgraded from Windows XP, 2nd Edition to Windows XP Media Center Edition.
Today was the first time that I decided to watch some DVDs on my computer. I used Quicktime, Windows Media Player (not through the media center), and RealPlayer and received basically the same error messages with each one. All stated that the DVDs could not be played because of copyright protection issues. I tested about 15 DVDs. All commercial, NOT burned. Some quite new movies, other DVDs that I've had for years. None of them played.
I'm a complete novice but I think this has something to with what are called "codecs"? Maybe?
My one DVD player that is connected to my TV is currently not working and I'm really in the mood to re-watch Shaun of the Dead! lol lol Any help would be appreciated.