Go to Control Panel, System, Device Manager and click on the CD ROM. It will say what type it is. This is for Windows VISTA. XP is I believe Settings, Control Panel, System, Device Manager.
A DVD is an input smart one is connected in the computer! What kind of question is that?!
No, a dvd device is either a DVD player, or a DVD drive on a computer.
Insert the DVD into the DVD drive of your computer if you have one.
what kind of DVD player is it? did u mean just dvd or dvd player?
You cant because it is a dvd player and not a dvd writer. You can erase it using a computer with a dvd drive
If you computer has a DVD player and the software just inset it into the player.
You will need to burn the files to a DVD for that you will need a DVD burner
An "upscaling" DVD player will have an HDMI output, as will a Blu-Ray player and an HD-DVD player (although HD-DVD is a dead format now).
yes u can do so
No, But it does cost the price of a dvd and you have to have a computer with a DVD player to save the photos to a DVD.
The best DVD player depends on the tastes of each person, to my opinion the best can be a DVD player or computer, these electronic devices have this player today is very necessary.
You watch blockbuster movies on your computer by putting a blockbuster DVD into your DVD player
If I'm not mistaken, the only type of movie file that a DVD player can "understand" is the mp4. I'm not for sure what all kind of movie files can be burnt to a DVD to be played on a computer. I do know that mp4 and avi. will both work (again, for the computer). There are converters out there so that it is possible to change the format to a desired one that is capable of being read by a DVD player.
To play DVDs using the Player in XP, you must have a DVD-ROM drive and a software or hardware DVD decoder installed on your computer. By default, Windows does not include a DVD decoder.
Open the CD player. Insert a DVD & play.
No, you can't.
Most PCs have dell DVD players.
Something Like you get on computers, I think. Like the DVD Player on a computer. Or It May Be A DVD Player, Just something Like that.
You need to have: a computer, some blank DVD roms (you can get them in most shops) and a disk burning program for your computer. With your DVD roms and DVD of choice at the ready you simply have to follow what the program tells you to do.
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I have had the same exact problem!!! And it drives me nuts! I think it could be that the DVD has some new features that old DVD players can't use. I don't know for sure. It works on our computer, but not our DVD player. Hope this helps!
It depends on how much storage is on your Mp3 player, and also if the DVD has an anti-burn device on it. If the DVD does, you cannot burn it onto your computer. And if you don't have enough storage or a screen for your Mp3, you cannot.
If your DVD player is not functioning properly then it may need to be dusted out with a special computer/electronic duster.