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Any DVD 64bit version?


BIGKREM

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Hi All, At work in the states and had to buy a new laptop,Some of my trusted old progs not interested in the 64 bit set-up. Any DVD for one, really need an equivalent as I cant play UK discs without using one of my 5 changes. Also, devastated that the old Lotus Organiser will not load either, Any Ideas for for free downloads to replace these? As they say here in Alabama, "Preciate it" Cheers Krem

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T0SH

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Try installing the opensource VLC player and use it to to play your region 2 DVD`s without having to change any settings

Cheers HC

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ßeta

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Err!! AnyDVD 32bit version works fine on my 64bit PC..

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sharpamat

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Presume you are useing win 7 to install Lotus do not autorun but open the CD and right click on setup. select use admin , you will get the screen informing you there are known problems select the middle icon and load it I have installed this on 64 bit Win 7 and the D/P of Win 8 without problems

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Miké

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AnyDVD working fine on my Windows 7 64bit laptop! are you perhaps running an old version?

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BIGKREM

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Tosh, I will try playing through VLC, ßeta, Any DVD installs perfectly on my machine, it just doesn't work when I insert a region 2 disc ! sharpmat, Yep I installed Lotus from the install exe short cut, I don't have the disc with me, my progs are on an external hdd. I will certainly try that though, as I is installed on a laptop at home, and thats Windows 7 64 bit. Mike, yes it is an old version of any DVD, a quite few years old now I guess, Thanks very much for all your input, will let you know how I get on, Thanks Krem

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eedcam

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If its an old version of anydvd why have you not updated it they were free until a couple of years ago

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