Windows XP Server 2003 service pack 1.
When I run the MSCheckup utiltity it takes me to the
http://www.cyberlink.com/winxp_plugin/2006/enu/index.jsp. This looks
I get a yellow triangle with an "!" in it. CyberLink Video /SP Decoder.
CLVSD.ax version 126.96.36.1991, MCE Compatible, Preferred Decoder.
Then it says "This decoder is compatible with the Windows XP Media Center
Edition; however, it is not compaible with the synchronization features of
Media Player 10. To use Windows Media Play 10 ot synchronize MPEG-2 encoded
content (such as .dvr-ms files and some .avi files) to a portable device,
you must install and upgraded versionof the decoder. To check if an updated
version is available from the vendor's Web site, clieck "Check for Update".
A web-page requiest will be set to Microsoft and forwarded directory to the
vendor for this decoder.
Hmmm... It seems strange that I would need an update to play such an old
movie. I used to play this movie (Brave Heart) with an earlier verion of
cyber link's power dvd that I purchased in 2003 (I have the installation CD
in my hand, but I cannot find a version number on it!) on Windows XP.
Are you suggestion an upgrade of PowerDVD would fix the problem?