Windows Media Player won't play DVDs any more - "No compatible DVD Encoder" - What have I deleted?

Answer Sounds like you've either deleted the Codecs for DVDs or removed your DVD player.If there's a DVD player that came with your PC try re-installing that.If that's not it you'll need some Codecs (Code... Read More »

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