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My OS is win 7 prof 64 bit and I use windows media player to play my DVD. As u know since DVDs take a long time to play, I normally stop at a point, and then try to return his location when I resume again, sometimes after a reboot.    
How does one do this in the Windows Media Player.  I have been examining and the only thing I see is the indicator, but how do  insert the indicator for the program to go that location and play.
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WMP won't but windows media center will.
May I suggest you give it a try.
Open windows media center  from your start all progrms if it is not on your start menue
pin it to your taskbar if you like
then in the open start window click on play DVD
WMCNo matter how long till next you play it WMC will remember the last place.
Even if you take it out and put the same DVD  back in again.
The reason is WMP is not a true DVD decoder WMC is.
The same applies with Cyber Power DVD, these are true DVD decoders.
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Thank u Gurus for pointing me in the right direction.
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Thank you jegajothy, glad I could help.
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