My DVDs used to play fine, that is, ever since I installed the NvDVD trial. I could play them with that, and Windows Media Player. Earlier today I played a DVD with WMP. Then later tonight, I tried again and it just went blank. I checked my NvDVD trial and it was up. I figured that was the problem. I installed Intervideo WinDVD 4 from a CD that came with my video card and uninstalled NvDVD (did that first). I tried playing it with WMP, but I get "Window Media Player cannot play the DVD because of problems on analog copyright protection." I found this which is exactly my problem. Thing is though, when I try to play it in WinDVD, I hear the audio but the screen is blank. I go to "capture" and can see the image of the screen too. I can't find anything about an updated MPEG2 decoder on Intervideo's website either. Bah, what do I do?