I upgraded my computer from Vista to Win7. No matter which DVD player I use included Media...
Center the sound plays but the picture is solid white. How do I fix this?
Install a codec pack. I usually get mine from "free-codecs.com"
Just install klite codec pack or use VLC media player. They both should help you play any video file.
I tried all of that and it still never worked, so I uninstalled them. I spent about three hours uninstalling various software to see if one of the programs I installed caused to problem. Then I stumbled across the answer searching on Sony's site (my notebook is a Sony). The problem was that under the video and television settings I had "Use the NVIDIA color settings" checked. When I unchecked it, the video showed up fine.
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