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I would like to play Blu-ray disc that I purchased on my Windows 7 computer, using Windows Media Player.

I would prefer a method to make this happen with Windows Media Player and not another program such as VLC.

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@StevenPenny - Media Player does not support Blu-ray media, it has no support for it, there are many reasons for this fact. The main reason is the license costs for support and the DRM connected to this type of media. – Ramhound May 30 '13 at 18:52
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From Microsoft MPEG and DVD video: frequently asked questions

Can I play a Blu‑ray Disc?

To play a Blu‑ray Disc, you need to use a non-Microsoft program that supports Blu‑ray playback and a device capable of reading Blu‑ray Discs.

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The latest Cyberlink products will play them.

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