Playing DVDs in Desktop

  Molly_Don 00:02 01 Feb 10

Sorry if this sounds a stupid question, we have gym equipment in the computer room and thinking of getting some keep fit DVDs, can I play them on a desktop, or are they for DVD players only?

  BRYNIT 00:59 01 Feb 10

If the computer has a DVD player you should be able to play CD's and DVD's

  mgmcc 07:47 01 Feb 10

Yes you can run DVDs in a PC but Windows cannot play DVD videos "out-of-the-box".

For reasons related to Licensing, Windows doesn't have the necessary codecs installed, but you can download the *free* K-Lite Codec Pack from click here Select the "Standard" pack. This will enable you to play DVD videos, either in its own bundled Media Player or in Windows' own Media Player.

  Molly_Don 17:51 02 Feb 10

Much obliged for the help guys.

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