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When does it say "Compatible DVD decoder is not installed in the computer"?
Thank you for your reply. I appreciate. I just got my computer back with a new hard drive, and when I put a DVD, the computer sent me the message. I figured out it was because the computer was just like a factory-shipped condition, I have to install DVD decoder by myself.... But after this, I should be able to install Premiere CS (initial version).
The message is probably telling you that your trying to play a DVD-Video disc without having an MPEG-2 codec installed. Except for some versions of Vista, Windows doesn't come with an MPEG-2 codec. Most of the time it gets automatically installed with a DVD player software that often is bundled with a DVD drive. Maybe you have an installation disc of such a player lying around somewhere.
Otherwise you will need to buy the codec: DVD Decoder (MPEG-2 Decoder) Plug-ins .
You can check whether or not a Media Player compatible MPEG-2 codec is installed with this utility: Windows XP Video Decoder Checkup Utility .
Yes, sir: Thank you for your suggestion. I need to find the disks that came with the PC when I first purchased it. I akso need to make sure this repaired PC has open GL support and a Graphic card....; otherwise, I can not use in Premiere...or other Adobe CS I have....