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kingricefan

All-being, keeper of Space, Time & Dimension.
Jul 11, 2006
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If you still haven't figured out how to access The Libretto, all you need to do is load the DVD disc into a PC not a DVD player. Et voila Adobe should automatically open the "Libretto". Good luck.:thumbs_up:
I have loaded it into my pc but it still goes directly to the videos. There's instructions printed inside the boxed set that tells you how to override it in case this happens but it doesn't work on Vista.
 

kingzeppelin

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I have loaded it into my pc but it still goes directly to the videos. There's instructions printed inside the boxed set that tells you how to override it in case this happens but it doesn't work on Vista.
Sorry that didn't work for you, my Microsoft based Desktop automatically opens the "libretto".
Perhaps Jordan might have an answer for you?
 

FlakeNoir

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I have loaded it into my pc but it still goes directly to the videos. There's instructions printed inside the boxed set that tells you how to override it in case this happens but it doesn't work on Vista.
Sorry that didn't work for you, my Microsoft based Desktop automatically opens the "libretto".
Perhaps Jordan might have an answer for you?
@Jordan
 

kingricefan

All-being, keeper of Space, Time & Dimension.
Jul 11, 2006
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Spokane, WA
Sorry that didn't work for you, my Microsoft based Desktop automatically opens the "libretto".
Perhaps Jordan might have an answer for you?
It's not a big deal now that I know that the paperbook copy that came with the boxed set is the same as the one on the disc. It just irks me that one has to jump thru a hoop in order to have something that should just be readily available. Oh well....
 

Jordan

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It's not a big deal now that I know that the paperbook copy that came with the boxed set is the same as the one on the disc. It just irks me that one has to jump thru a hoop in order to have something that should just be readily available. Oh well....
Put in the disc and close whatever automatically opens. Open My Computer. Right-click on your disc drive and select Open. You should then be able to browse the disc's contents.
 
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