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    DVD in Fusion

    Is anyone else using fusion having trouble getting a dvd to play. I have tried everything I caould think of and find on the net. Fusion says something about DMA or something, Im not sure of the exact msg right now. Does anyone know how to fix this?

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    I don't have an answer, but a dumb question:

    Why do DVD playback in Fusion?

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    um....cause im using a windows front end

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    Just curious

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    Quote Originally Posted by super-fly View Post
    um....cause im using a windows front end
    With all the issues you've been having, it may make sense to use Bootcamp rather than fusion. If you can get everything to work right in Fusion, more power to you. I wasn't able to and decided to cut bait.

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    yeah thats what I was thinking last night...I havent looked into it yet but is it possible for the two partitions to access each other

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    I know you can use fusion to access a bootcamp partition. I don't believe a OSX partition is accessible through WinXP. I didn't even create an OSX partition, just installed windows right onto my mini.

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    Windows does not come built in with software to decode DVDs. That is probably what you're running into. Booting into Bootcamp/Fusion shouldn't have anything to do with it I would imagine.

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    so i need a dvd program...I can't just play a dvd with media player?

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