Have a look a the dvd video file structure here
The numbered VOB files are your video and audio, if you double click on one of the numbered VOB files that section of the video should play on your pc in whatever application plays dvd video disks on your pc.
I'm not familiar with Cyberlink DVD suite deluxe but I'm guessing somewhere in it, maybe authoring or video creation or video editing you should be able to import your numbered VOB's only and create a new video dvd disk from them. The new video dvd disk will include new IFO and BUP reference files that relate to the structure of the new DVD disk you will create, the dvd disk creation software will create these files automatically as part of the video dvd disk making process.
I'd try importing the numbered VOB files only, not the Video TS_VOB, or the IFO or BUP's and see what happens then.
As you can see a dvd is composed of vob, ifo and bup files, Windows Media Video files are not part of a normal DVD video disk.