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    After uploading a dvd to harddrive. When I try to open it I am told, CANNOT PLAY VOB FILE FORMAT. How can I correct this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walk View Post
    After uploading a dvd to harddrive. When I try to open it I am told, CANNOT PLAY VOB FILE FORMAT. How can I correct this?
    Anydvd has nothing to do with playing .vob files.

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    rename to .mpg, wmp can play it then. if you dont hear any audio download an ac3 filter from free-codecs.com.
    Last edited by Rusty257; 23rd August 2007 at 10:15.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Walk View Post
    After uploading a dvd to harddrive. When I try to open it I am told, CANNOT PLAY VOB FILE FORMAT. How can I correct this?
    Get something that can play a .VOB file. WMP will not play a standalone .VOB file. I use AVS DVD Player since it is free and works well.
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