I did a clean install of windows 7 on my studio xps 16. As expected, all the factory installed softwares are gone. Dell isn't letting me download them for who knows what reason. I just want the PowerDVD software, so I can start watching blu rays again.
Any idea how I can get it, or any other free alternatives?
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You should've received various discs with the laptop - including one for PowerDVD (SE?)... unless it was only a trial version of the program course?
If you didn't get discs, you can request 'backup' discs here emoticon.Wink.title
If it was only a trial version, you'll have to download the latest version of PowerDVD directly from the Cyberlink website.
But you'll have to pay for it eventually... and it's not cheap!
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Hi Faysals, Have you tried your My Dell Downloads for your software.
I have tried it, many times. It always gets stuck at the "Register Your System" page. When I check the agreement box and click "Register System" button it doesn't take me anywhere. I've tried using Firefox, IE, and Chrome. All of these browsers are up to date.