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post #1 of 3 Old 05-06-2001, 05:37 AM - Thread Starter
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I have both WinDVD and ATI mmc 7.1 DVD players installed. Currently, upon inserting a DVD the ATI player will automaticly start up and begin to play. However, I prefer the WinDVD player at this time.

How do I get the ATI player to stop loading and have the WinDVD player load instead?

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I failed to find a way to stop ATI DVD from 'autoplaying', but if I checked the 'Play automatically on inserting disk' option in PowerDVD, it took over. Perhaps WinDVD has a similar option.

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