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unable to "play" dvd from he harddrive


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How can I get m computer to play a dvd that has been put on my hard drive?
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In Finder Preferences have CD/DVD option to show on desktop selected, and when appears double click.
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Let me clarify a bit better. I got a dvd from a sports magazine. I ripped a copy to my hd with mac the ripper, now I want to be able to view the copied version on my desktop how can I do this.
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VLC does it. Download, install, then hit Open and point it at the folder.
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The DVD player that comes with OS X also does it.

Open the DVD player in your apps folder, go to FILE then OPEN and then go to the VIDEO_TS folder of your DVD. Then click open and then press play on the DVD app remote control.

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