Latest Windows Help articles: Windows Media Player Errors (C00D1059 and C00D10DA), XP mode and Windows Mobility Center

Just wanted to point out some of the latest Window help content that has recently been added or updated

If you're attempting to play a copy-protected file, make sure you're using the correct video card driver. If necessary, update the driver.” Check out our audio/video driver FAQ for Windows 7 or our troubleshooting guide for Windows Vista

Windows Media Player can't burn the selected files to the CD. “ Try our disk burning tips for Windows 7 or our Windows Vista disk burning FAQ

“Using Windows XP Mode, you can run programs that were designed for Windows XP on computers running Windows 7 Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate editions that also meet certain hardware requirements.”

If you use a laptop, you can quickly access settings (for example, speaker volume, wireless network connection status, and display brightness) in Windows Mobility Center. All of these settings are in one location, so you save time and don’t need to remember where each setting is located. This is especially helpful when you need to quickly adjust laptop settings in different places—such as traveling from your desk to a meeting, or going from home to the airport. “


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