OT: Win10 won't play DVDs, get the "green screen"

I tried to play a DVD in the Win10 laptop, after a minute the screen goes green and the sound continues.
Google tells me this is a known bug. None of the suggested fixes seem to work for other people so I haven't tried too hard.
Has anyone else run into it? It's a relatively new Dell, i3 processor.
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On 03/23/2016 07:17 AM, TimR wrote:

Have not seen that one, but you may want to install VLC as your media player...don't know if I've ever seen a complaint on that one
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On 2016-03-23 11:00 AM, philo wrote:

+1, it is a great program.
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FrozenNorth wrote:

DIVX is also a good one , and gives the option to burn videos . Caution - the newer versions are weird (to me) in the way they load items to be burned , but v7.0 works just swell . Some DVD players will play DIVX burned discs , ours does .
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