20 Most Recent Intervideo WinDVD 5 for PC - Page 2 Questions & Answers


Just due to dust on your dvd lens run dvd lens cleaner and after load full drivers of dvd which either given you on time of buying or you have to download from sony site

Intervideo... | Answered on Feb 02, 2010


clean the dvd or the dvd drive , try to install it in other pc
to be sure that is you pc or dvd

Intervideo... | Answered on Dec 22, 2009


Why would I tell you how I fixed it if you charge to use this?

Intervideo... | Answered on Dec 22, 2009


the dvd copy protection message is annoying but just to inform you that the DVD cann't be copied without special software that breakes the code. such as clone dvd.

Intervideo... | Answered on Dec 22, 2009


reinstall WinDVD, there is more in the chest or been deleted

Intervideo... | Answered on Nov 19, 2009


In the SetUp or Disc menu (depends on what it is called on your remote) go in and look for Disc Edit/CD(DVD)Playback and then finalize.
Choose to finalize the disc and it will close the session so nothing further can be written to the disc, thus making it playable on other DVD players.

Intervideo... | Answered on Nov 13, 2009


The Vaio / Sony combo DVD drives are renowned to be some of the worst on the market. Sony puts the cheapest cr*p in their laptop and it should be no surprise that after a couple of reads (10+) and writes (10+), your combo drive will be as good as junk... dead weight in your laptop. You'll also hear strange repetitive noises coming from it. I have 3 solutions:
1) Go to the Vaio support site, type your model number to get its page and search DVD upgrade firmware. This should 2 files. One is a .bin and the other is an executable to flash the drive with that .bin file. If the problem still persists then bad news.
2) Buy a USB2 external combo drive. This should be real cheap nowadays.
3) Check impactcomputers for a replacement internal drive. Prices have come down but still quite pricey.

Also if you can let those f*cks at Vaio know what you had to go through, that'd be great.

Intervideo... | Answered on Nov 04, 2009


store.corel.com/au

Intervideo is not the producer.......it is Corel.

Intervideo... | Answered on Oct 25, 2009


say that the tsst corp cd/dvdw ts- l632d ata device
code 19 or 13 is corrupted or regestry is the problem.

Intervideo... | Answered on Oct 09, 2009


Hi,

There may be another program that is loading thet uses the overlays.
Programs such as pcanywhere or netmeeting in my experience cause this error.

I know that you could try this fix for netmeeting.

Open netmeeting, goto tools, options, then the video tab.
Then
Uncheck the box "Automatically recieve video at the start of each call" Then
click ok.
Close netmeeting and then repeat those steps but this time put in a check
mark.

Then try again.

This has worked for me in the past. Otherwise you might have another
application that is causing this, or possibly it could just be a bad video
driver, in which case you would have to install the latest video driver from
the manufacurer of your computer or your video card.

Hope that helps.

Intervideo... | Answered on Sep 16, 2009


can it read data files inside a dvd disc or any cd? if not, you might need to clean the lens using a cd lens cleaner or a soft cloth. Or the cd drive might be defective, which is common sometimes with 1 yr old machines and up

Intervideo... | Answered on Aug 18, 2009


right click on desktop go to properties, click on settings set your resolution on 1024x768 and color resolution on 32 bit than click on apply and ok

Intervideo... | Answered on Aug 05, 2009


Try to explore the DVD and see if you see the content. Right clcik on the DVd and select EXPLORE. If the content is viewable the issue could be just specific to the DVd autorun files. You dont need to worry.

Rate if useful.

Intervideo... | Answered on Jul 28, 2009


try to download aspi manager from here:
http://discinfo.rpc1.org/

also it is important to download winmount or daemon tools, they have ASPI implemented

Intervideo... | Answered on Jul 17, 2009


you will need to download a code package. If you are using XP, do a search for XP codec pack, if Vista, then Vista codec pack

Intervideo... | Answered on Jul 10, 2009


Hi,
This is a .dll problem preventing an application to work, you can fix this particular problem by reinstalling the dll, i suggest you read all the relevant information concerning installing the dll first >>>>>



http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?wnaspi32



Good luck

Intervideo... | Answered on Jun 27, 2009


May I suggest that you try other programs to play your DVD's. Such as VLC media player. This program can play any meida file and is free. Also you could try gom player. Both of these are available off http://download.cnet.com/windows/ As to why your DVD's aren't playing. It may be bcause you have changed regions or because the DVD file is not recognized by the players because they don't have the ability to play certain fornats.

Intervideo... | Answered on Jun 22, 2009


if you formatted it with a recovery disk try inserting dist again while running windows as a administrator and try reinstalling the program. otherwise you have to pay the $80 for the new InterVideo WinDVD 9. ($40 for basic player)

Intervideo... | Answered on Jun 02, 2009


try the dvd in another device or reinstall winDVD or try another application on your laptop like..windows media player...etc

Intervideo... | Answered on May 28, 2009

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