Hi there people!, today i\’m bringing you, a quick guide to get the Windows DVD Player App.. I bring to you this, because maybe there is someone that couldn\’t get the app over Windows Update.. And going through some forums I found the solution Prerequisites:-Windows 10 upgraded from Windows 7 (Home Premium, Pro, Ultimate), Windows 8/8.1 Pro with Media Center. If you didn\’t upgraded, you\’ll have to pay around $15 to get it, sorry. 1. Download from Windows Update: For 32bits: KB3081704-x86.cab For 64bits: KB3081704-x64.cab 2. Make 2 directories, C:\\temp and C:\\temp2 3. Extract the windows10.0-kb3081704-x64.msi file from downloaded cabinet file into c:\\temp, with 7-zip or any uncompressing program 4. Open command prompt as admin and type (or copy/paste this): For 32bits: msiexec /a c:\\temp\\windows10.0-kb3081704-x86.msi /qb TARGETDIR=c:\\temp2For 64bits: msiexec /a c:\\temp\\windows10.0-kb3081704-x64.msi /qb TARGETDIR=c:\\temp2 5. Open PowerShell as admin and type (or copy/paste this, all one line): For both platforms: Add-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online -PackagePath c:\\temp2\\InstallDVDAppxPackage\\cd0c0ffe0ee94518833e70b1e931fcff.appxbundle -LicensePath c:\\temp2\\InstallDVDAppxPackage\\cd0c0ffe0ee94518833e70b1e931fcff_License1.xml Congratulations, you now have Windows DVD App as promised. 🙂

its given me a ms dvd lince error

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