Basically, it's like this- I put in a DVD into my computer, and I go to Windows Media Player to play the movie get to the menu it gives you if you have a movie in the computer, like how it shows the movie's chapters in the Library. However, I only get the sound that comes with the movie- I can't watch the actual movie itself. Basically, if I click the chapters, I don't get the movie. If I click 'Now Playing', I just get a picture of a music symbol. Does anyone know what's wrong- this has always been my way of seeing movies on my computer and I don't know what else to do and I have no idea how to fix it! I use an Acer Windows 7 64 Bit deluxe if that is important, and Acer Arcade Deluxe PlayMovie still works for movies, but in the long run, it really is inferior to Windows Media Player. I've tried a system restore, but it doesn't work- mostly because I can't go very far with system restores on this computer. Can anyone give me advice on how to do this? ALSO, while I honestly don't remember the way to get to it, I have done this- basically I went to a check box, and I clicked the one by Windows Media Player- it said this had uninstalled it and the computer then restart. I went back and checked it again so it would reinstall- no luck. This also sometimes affects my internet- on the "Using Windows Media Player 12 for Windows 7" page on the Windows website, when trying to watch the Burn a CD video, I get the sound, but all I see for a video is basically lines, like when it gets louder the wavelength increases. What can I do to fix this?