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I cant figure it out, when I plug in the external HD to PC the files are MPEG, but when I plug in the HD to Netbook its VOB? Can anyone help please x Read More
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
I cant figure it out, when I plug in the external HD to PC the files are MPEG, but when I plug in the HD to Netbook its VOB?
Can anyone help please x
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
what software are you using to read it on the pc and netbooks are they different which maybe the answer to your question
#2
not sure, PC opens it through powerDVD, i have just downloaded the same for netbook and its still VOB?
I am trying everything I can think of with no luck though
#3
on the netbook look at the icon of what file your openin does it have the powerdvd logo? if not then you need to associate your files to play with powerdvd by right clicking one and choose open with and then select powerdvd also check the box where it says always use the selected program to open this kind of file
#4
no its got some type of white page with a few icons in it :s
#5
when i plug the HD back into PC it does have the powerDVD icon next to it?

Ohhh im so confused :o
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beth3735
when i plug the HD back into PC it does have the powerDVD icon next to it?

Ohhh im so confused :o


follow what i have written above let me know how you get on
#7
Borat
on the netbook look at the icon of what file your openin does it have the powerdvd logo? if not then you need to associate your files to play with powerdvd by right clicking one and choose open with and then select powerdvd also check the box where it says always use the selected program to open this kind of file


its not giving me the option to "open with" its just "open" which then takes me to a pop up saying windows cannot open this file, to open this file windows needs to know what program created it
#8
beth3735
its not giving me the option to "open with" its just "open" which then takes me to a pop up saying windows cannot open this file, to open this file windows needs to know what program created it


can you not select powerdvd when it asks you to open this file windows needs to know what program created it[
#9
i have changed it but now its popping up with this
cyberlink powerdirector can only run under 1024x768 high colour (16 bit ) resolution or higher lol
I think its time for me to give up the whole trying to figure out technology
#10
beth3735
i have changed it but now its popping up with this
cyberlink powerdirector can only run under 1024x768 high colour (16 bit ) resolution or higher lol
I think its time for me to give up the whole trying to figure out technology


I think netbooks run 1024x600 maybe thats why your having problems running powerdvd sorry i cant advise you any further maybe use a program like vlc to play files on the netbook
#11
oo ******, thanks anyways for all the help :) x

that wasnt a bad word either, basically said ooh bum :s lol
#12
try vlc player plays most types of files
#13
:o powerdvd 9 is working for me on my Netbook :) I am so pleased. Thanks for all your help. I have repped you for taknig the time to help me :)
#14
beth3735
:o powerdvd 9 is working for me on my Netbook :) I am so pleased. Thanks for all your help. I have repped you for taknig the time to help me :)


glad you got it working in the end

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