When you try to use Microsoft Windows Media Player to play a DVD after you upgrade to Windows XP, you may receive the following error message:
Discusses an issue in which video may not play after you apply a skin that uses windowless mode to Windows Media Player. This issue occurs if the video is encoded by using a YUV-based pixel format.
Describes a problem where bitstream errors occur when you configure advanced registry settings for the Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile codec in Windows Media Player 11.
Discusses a problem in which a system memory leak may occur when you play a video media content that is encoded by a Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile codec in Windows Media Player 10 in Windows Server 2003 or in Windows XP.
When you try to play a DVD-RW or a DVD+RW disk by using either Windows Media Player or Sonic CinePlayer from Sonic Solutions, you may receive the following error message: