Hey guys, I dl "The Cat In The Hat" for my 4 year old to watch, but when I go to play it, it says I need to update windows media player. Only, its not a normal update, its a security update. I have 2 versions of the movie, and one of em, as soon as I click on it, says this;
In order to play this file, you need to upgrade your media player to a version compatible with Windows Media Rights Manager V7. Select View Compatible Players below to see a list of compatible media players.
If your current media player does not have a Windows Media Rights Manager V7 compatible version, you should select a different player with the Windows Media Rights Manager V7 identifier.
The other movie says this when i click on it;
The owner of the protected content you are trying to access requires you to first upgrade some of the Microsoft digital rights management (DRM) componets on your computer.
Click OK to upgrade your computer
Detail: When you click OK, a unique identifier and DRM security file are sent to a Microsoft service on the Internet. The file is replaced with a customized version that contains your unique identifier.
This increase level of protection provided by DRM.
Then there is a "Learn More" button, that takes you here; http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsme...y/9splayer.aspx
Can someone please tell me what these "security" updates are. I am thinking they are something for the RIAA so they can bust me.
The file names for those two movies are as follows: