I’ve got a fairly odd problem, I have five computers (AMD X2’s, P4 3.2ghz, Core 2 E6700, E6750) two which run Windows 2000 and three which run Windows XP. Up until several months ago I was able to burn video DVD’s, scan them with VSO inspector and watch them no problems on the Win2K machines. But now for some strange reason something that I’m not aware of changed (some update from MS or something) and while I can burn DVD’s fine VSO can’t do a file scan and if I go to the DVD and look in the VIDEO_TS folder there don’t appear to be any files which is probably why I can’t play them (in Media Player Classic) and VSO Inspector can’t scan the files. However if I take that same DVD over to one of my XP machines it does scan (both surface and file) just fine and it plays just fine and if I look in the VIDEO_TS folder I see the files that I’m supposed to.
Has anyone every run into a problem like this on Windows 2000?