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Nearly every DVD that will play on a set-top player *should* play on a computer, provided two things:
1.) the computer has a DVD player that can handle that flavor of DVD media, DVD RW, DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD DL, etc.
2.) the computer has a software player installed. This feature has been removed from some common media players. You may need to locate, download and install a separate software player.
There could be another discussion on interlaced vs progressive scan media, but I'll let you ask that question.
Thanks so much for taking time out to reply. I'm going to check my system settings again and see what happens. I have a feeling it may be the fact that I'm using InterVideo Player. I may set my system back to a default player.
InterVideo *should* play fine. I had it on an older laptop, and it never missed a beat. I now have Power DVD (Cyberlink) on all of my systems, and it seems to play nicely with Adobe products. I also think that Nero and Roxio have players, but could be wrong.