Toshiba SD-M1612 DVD Question Tags: DVD Drives DVD Toshiba Storage Last response: March 28, 2002 1:01 AM in Storage Share rickd59 March 20, 2002 10:32:55 PM I just got this same drive (OEM) with Win2K and Visiontek GeForce3 Ti 200 (model 6564). Do I need anything else to play a DVD? I am getting an error that says: Quote: Playback failed due to a problem with the video subsystem. Lowering your screen resolution or color depth may fix the problem I have lowered my resolution down to 800 X 600 and my colors down to 16 bit. Do I have to get any additional hardware or software to to DVD playback? Thanks. -Rick More about : toshiba m1612 dvd question lhgpoobaa March 27, 2002 10:12:54 PM what software program are u using to play the DVD? Morally destitute, Emotionally bankrupt but a proud and respected member of Toms Forums! :smile: rickd59 March 27, 2002 11:07:59 PM Thanks, for the reply, but I posted this question in the CPU and MB area and got an answer ..... BTW, I am now using PowerDVD. Thanks anyway though. -Rick Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer lhgpoobaa March 28, 2002 1:01:28 AM no probs. your wellcome. Morally destitute, Emotionally bankrupt but a proud and respected member of Toms Forums! :smile: Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources DVD Question Forum DVD ROM drive question (urgent ) Forum Toshiba sd-m1612 Forum DVD rom locked in wrong region Forum Toshiba DVD 16X and DMA Forum Simple Question . Need simple answer. Forum Digitizing my CD Collection w EAC: Advice Please Forum LDM or Dmboot problem Forum build or Dell Forum P4t533-c Fail POST Forum My new gaming rig advice/comments/suggestions Forum In the year 2000, in the year 2000... Forum Dell Dimension 4600 and the GEFORCE 6600GT??? Forum ASUS P4T533 - A newbie challenge Forum First SSD advice? Forum Probably a dumb RAID question.. Forum DVD in DMA mode Forum Cendyne DVD Forum Toshiba DVD 16X and DMA Forum Pioneer DVD 116 Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !