How to Reinstall DirectDVD Player when you Migrate from Windows® XP to Windows® 7?
DVD Player: DirectDVD
Follow these steps to install DirectDVD Media Player on your Windows 7 operating system:
STEP 1: After the successful installation of Windows 7 operating system on your old or new PC, download the latest version of DirectDVD Player. Or, insert theÂ DirectDVD Player CD into CD-ROM.
STEP 2: Double click on the setup file to start the installation wizard on a Windows 7 computer.
STEP 3: Click Next.
STEP 4: Read the End Users License Agreement, and click Next.
STEP 5: Then the DirectDVD will installed in C: directory by default(it can be changed as well).
STEP 6: Click Next.
STEP 7: Click Finish to complete setup.
DirectDVD Player offers some interesting features like:
- It supports decoding of MPEG 1 and 2.
- It supports Image capture.
- It supports Auto-Resume Playback.
- It supports audio VST and DMO features.
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What’s the Issue: For migrating from Windows XP -- which is close to 70% of desktops today- to Windows 7, consumers will require a ‘clean’ install of the new operating system. Users will need to reinstall their applications including Media Player like PowerDVD, WinDVD, DirectDVD and others by following these easy steps.
Why Do It: You don’t need to buy Media Players again. If you have purchased a license for the player, follow these steps to download and reinstall the latest version of DirectDVD Player on your Windows 7 operating system and enjoy the playback supports for various formats.