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distored video someitmes when playing video files

Q: distored video someitmes when playing video files

This only happens to video that has to buffer before playing. It doesnt happen to video that just stream directly.

The image is distorded in weird colors, sort of looks like an infared diagram, where the outlines of the video are visible but colors all distorted. Again this only happens to video that is buffered first. I believe it is only on mpeg buffered video files.

video card has latest drivers and is radeon 9550

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Preferred Solution: distored video someitmes when playing video files

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)


I can not play video files with out experiencing several problems, such as grainy pixelated images, skipping, freezing, stuttering or slow motion videos. I have this problem in both Windows 10 and 7. How can i fix this problem?

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Hi there, I recently updated my PC and I am having a problem with video files. DVDs do not play when opened up in Windows Media Player (version 11), and Power DVD. The programs open and then crash to the desktop. AVI movie files in Media Player play with sound only, no picture, and they cause Power DVD and Quicktime to freeze.

I am using XP Professional (5.1, Build 2600), Intel Dual Core 2160 @ 1.8 Ghz (2 CPUs), 2046Mb RAM, and a GeForce 8600 GT.

Games work absolutely fine, but no video files.
Anyone have any ideas why??


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What and how did you update the computer? Do you mean Windows Update? Did these files play OK before your updates?

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I can't play .avi extentions on WMP 11 on my vista 64 system I get an error code C00D11D1
I would like to play these files but do I have to download a codec or new search engine line on my internet explorer or get a converter? can anyone help?

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Try this first
Default File Type Associations - Restore

If it still does not work read this article

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i have windows media player 9 divx player 2.5.3 real player 10 quick time 6.5 and i still can not play wmv video files can anyone please tell me what i need to play them?

thank you

A:help on playing wmv video files


Is this with all WMV files, or just some in particualr? Its supposed to be WMP that can play them. What happens when you open WMP and go to File | Open, and click on the wmv?

Also, when you doubleclick the actual file, does it come up with Select a Program?



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Does anyone has an idea how to play NSV video files? I have tried winamp and mplayer but the files were of "unknown format". Does anyone know any plug-ins or codecs that can solve this problem?

A:Playing NSV video files

Hello and welcome to Techspot.

Apparently the VLC media player can play the .NSV files.

Regards Howard :wave: :wave:

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I have a problem playing video files of every format. There is no visuals no matter what player I use (REALONE/Win Media Player) though I can hear the sound. I'm running Win XP Home on a P4 2GHz, RAM 256 and basically I cannot view files of every format (realmedia, mpg, avi, winamp media, and whatever there is).

A:No image when playing video files

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I just recently got a new LCD Hanns-G HW191D monitor and ever since then, my standard video files (.avi, wmv etc) only play the sound, but I don't see any picture??? Please help.

edit: I've gotten it to work by turning off directdraw and direct3D acceleration, but why does it work now and what roles do these accelerations play? finally, will turning off the acceleration cause computer games such as America's Army to run slower or at a lower quality?

final edit: never mind, I realized it was because I only had my DVI cable plugged in and not both the DVI and the VGA, thanks anyway guys .

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hmm i have never seen a montior that needed both cords to be plugged in...

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Every time i try to play a. avi

A:error playing video files

Manh_Cuong said:

Every time i try to play a. aviClick to expand...

What Happends?

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In the beginning, I had no problems with Win 7 build 7000. I could play whatever video file I wanted and it would work perfectly. Since checking out the various builds after 7000, right up to the latest RC build 7100, I have nothing but problems when playing video files. No matter which player I use, be it WMP, KMPlayer, VLC or Media Player Classic, I get a BSOD after trying to open a video file, including DVD. (Actually, that is not strictly true as I can open *.mpg files for some strange reason.) This problem is so frustrating as I cannot find any answer. This is my machine: Mainboard - ASUS P5VD2-X CPU - Dual Core Intel Pentium D 925, 3000 MHz (15 x 200) RAM - DIMM1: Kingbox Tech. KINGBOX 2GB; DIMM3: Kingbox Tech. KINGBOX 2GB Display - ASUS ATI Radeon HD 3650 (ATI Catalyst 9.4 Driver) OS - Win 7; any build after 7000. I have tried changing my video card for an older ASUS ATI card but got the same result - BSOD. So, my question to you folks is: Can anyone give me a clue as to what might be wrong?

A:Win 7 BSOD when playing video files

I had similar stability problems at first. I just bumped up my SPP voltage a notch and the problems went away. Not a single bsod after that.

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I have just recently reinstalled my computer and whenever i want to watch any MPEG or ASF files (I haven't tried AVI) I have some major annoyances!

I've tried these files on a number of players including Windows Media Player, Real One Player and Quicktime player (for the MPEG). I get the same annoyances each time.

With the ASF files I get a really blocky picture but no choppyness.

With the MPEG files I get really choppy video footage but the audio is fine. I think I know why this happens, but I don't know how to solve the problem. The picture is also very blocky. When I used to watch anything on Windows Media Player, I would find that i would get a blocky picture in full screen but after a couple of seconds it would then turn into a smooth picture and then it would run smoothly. I don't know if i need to download anything to get back to the smooth picture...

So if anyone can help me it would be greatly appreciated because the only way to get smooth full-screen video at the moment is to turn "Full Screen Mode Switch" on in Media Player and that results in the most awful picture!


A:(Solved) Playing Video Files

Came across this site -


There are two brief fixes outlined. Although they were compiled with regard to that particular site you might give them a try- just scroll down to the relevant items.

If no good then post back here.

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When I try to play a video using Winamp or Windows Media Player the program crashes with a "illegal operation" error. This happens with videos that I had previously played with no problem.

My OS is Win98SE.

A:Problem with playing video files

they may be conflicting or another program conflicting, which one is default? shut down any other program you don't need running. check for bugs, malware etc. it sounds as though windows is telling you something else is wrong.

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I just want to make sure I have all the codec's downloaded that will help me be able to watch ANY type of video file I may come across. I watch a lot of videos on my computer, in fact, I have stopped using my TV altogether but I want to make sure I have all I might possibly need.

Also I need to know how to keep them updated. Is there a free program out there that will do this for me so that I don't have to keep track of it manually myself?

I heard downloading a bunch of "Codec Packs" can sometimes NOT be good b/c they don't always have the latest versions of EACH codec in their packages. If this is the case what "Codec Packs" should I download and what other codec's should I download separately, as in NOT in a package?

What is the recommended way to go about this? For FREE of course

Thank you ahead of time for anyone who can help me with this!

A:What Are The Codec's I Should DEFINITELY Have For Playing A Lot Of Video Files?

I would recommend having a good group of players installed, rather than just codecs. I have the following players installed:

Windows Media Player
iTunes / Quicktime,
VLC Player
Flash Player
Shockwave Player

There are other players you could try
DivX Player
Sky Player

This should cover about 99% of videos. If you come across a video thats not covered then you can download the latest codec. My fav download site is http://www.filehippo.com.

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Okay, so today I was trying to watch an avi file that I have and when I went to play it using VLC Media Player,it gave me the message, "VLC Media Player just crashed. Do you want to send a bug report to the development team?" I clicked no and VLC exited out. I then tried to play the avi in Windows Media Player and got an error message saying that the file could not be played and I also got the same message trying to play the file using Winamp.

Seeing that avi files didn't work, I also tried playing mpgs and wmvs, to no avail. I already had the Vista Codec pack installed, but I downloaded and installed the XP Codec pack to see if that helped anything, but it didn't. I then downloaded and installed k-lite codec pack, but that didn't help either.

I've never had trouble playing my video files before, but I hadn't played any of them for quite a while until today, and numerous changes have been made to the program files and other documents and such, so I don't know if any of those changes have affected my computer's ability to play my video files.

Anyway, it is now 1:00 in the morning for me, and I am at my wit's end. If any of you could please try and help me with this problem, I would be very grateful, because I have no idea where to go from here.

PS- Sorry this is so long.

A:Problem playing video files

Have you installed a new audio driver recently?

Try going into your control panel and clicking on Sound, see if everything is working inside there.

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I have files produced by camera club members using software such as Pictures to Exe, Proshow etc which output a presentation containing images and sound etc as an Exe file. I have a number of these files which play perfectly on PCs with windows 7, but on my PC running Windows 10 they only play the audio part - not any video. The screen remains blank and I can just hear the soundtrack. i have several other Win 7 devices and they all play the exe files with no problems.

I have run system checks to make sure all the system files are Ok and that hasn't fixed the problem. I have loaded a pack of Codecs to no avail. I have turned off both anti virus and firewall software - no change. I have had Glary Utilities check the registry etc - no result.

This computer is the most modern of the lot - only 6 months old. I have pasted the specs below. Any suggestions would be very welcome!

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 10 Pro, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700 CPU @ 3.40GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 94 Stepping 3
Processor Count: 8
RAM: 16316 Mb
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon (TM) R7 360 Series, -2048 Mb
Hard Drives: C: 223 GB (100 GB Free); F: 1397 GB (700 GB Free); R: 2794 GB (370 GB Free); Z: 5588 GB (3598 GB Free);
Motherboard: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., B150M-D3H-CF
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Enabled and Updated

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I have been running ATI All-In-Wonder 9000 Pro for about 2 months with no problems, but I recently installed a Santa Cruz sound card, and various ATI functions have stopped working acoustically. First, the packaged ATI File Player (for avi, dvx, mpeg) outputs video but no audio. And the TV-In-Demand function (records TV-out to the harddrive) also lacks sound play. But the regular TV viewer and the DVD Player play sound just fine, and playing the sound works when playing the same avi, mpg, files on WinDVD some of the time. Can anyone help? I'm not a real tech expert, so any help would be appreciated.

A:No sound when playing video files

Have you tried re-installing your Catalyst drivers and software to see if they can pick up your new sound card? Is the old sound card out of Device Manager? Sounds like some type of conflict.

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I am trying to watch a .ogm video file.

I know a fair share about computers so if anyone can try and explain to me how I can play these video files I will understand.

I have Windows Media Player,Real Player, and divx player and they do not know.

Can anyone help me?

Edit: sorry about title i meant to put ogm

A:Solved: need help playing .ogg video files

You could get VLC player or a filter for WMP.



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Every time I try to play.avi

A:Error playing video files

You'll have to be more specific.

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i transfer my bunch of video files to the external had drive.
now what happen is when i try to open that video files from the hard drive it just not playing files
there is no codecs or decoders problem. also my vlc works fine.
what might cause the problem playing help.

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I have two monitors, both of which have no physical faults, but when I play a video on my main screen and then move it to my second screen, the video goes black, but keeps playing. I can move it back to the main screen and it plays the video again, but the secondary monitor will not play Video files.

I'm using a Radeon x1600 Pro 512 Ed. with dual outputs.

Thanks for any advice

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I'm having a kind of strange problem with certain video files. For example, I downloaded an 80mb movie off of Ares (Nothing illegal or any piracy) and when I open the file it says there are is only 24 seconds of play time, which obviously is not true. First of all, it's 80mb, and there is no way. If I move the track along so that it changes to what would be about 15 seconds later (If it were really only 24 seconds long) suddenly it is at a completely different scene which is actually more like 15 minutes further in. I can change it to different points like this, but once you do the track will keep going until it hits the 24 seconds and it stops. For whatever reason it's like the rest of the movie is hidden somewhere. I have tried opening it in Winamp, Windows Media Player, and DivX, all to the same result. And this has happened on other video files before as well, it's not just this one. Is there any way I can correct this problem?

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System: AMD Athlon CPU, Asus A7N266-VM motherboard, 256MB DDR RAM, 4GB HDD.

I'm unable to play any audio file using WMP9, Crystal Player & Ulead video editing software.

When I try to open an mpeg file with Crystal, I get a message 'can't init directsound for playing audio'.

When I use WMP9 or Ulead, the video file plays without any sound. WMP9 does not play any audio file - MP3, Wav either from the HDD or the CDRom player. I'm able to play CDs thru my LG CDRom player.

WMP9 gave me the following report :
0xC00D11BA: Cannot play the file
Windows Media Player cannot play the file because there is a problem with your sound device, such as a sound card or sound controller. You may encounter this error message for one of the following reasons:

Your sound device is in use by another program. Quit other programs that may be using your sound device, and then try to play the file again.
Your sound device is not functioning properly. To troubleshoot the problem, see the Sound Troubleshooter in Windows Help or refer to your sound device's documentation.
You do not have a sound device installed on your computer. Install a sound device, and then try to play the file again.
Error ID = 0xC00D11BA, Condition ID = 0x00000000

How I can fix this problem?


A:No audio when playing video files

Hello and welcome to Techspot.

Go into your device manager, and check to see if there are any yellow exclamation or question marks next to your audio devices.

You could also try reinstalling the drivers for your sound device.

If you`ve got onboard sound then you will need to go to your mobo manufacturers website, and download the latest drivers from there.

If on the other hand, you`ve got a seperate soundcard, then go to the soundcard manufacturers website, and download the drivers from there.

Regards Howard :wave: :wave:

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Everytime I try to play a video file no matter what program i use, it always gives me a black screen but there's sound. Please help. I don't know what to do.

Also, I got a new lcd monitor and whnever i press this number 2 button on it, the video shows up and i can now see the video as well as hear the sound. What is the problem? Am i missing a certain codec or is it related to the monitor? Please help..

A:Problem Playing video files

Would you give us the name and model of the monitor, please

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I've been having trouble playing video files; mainly .avi and .mkv, over several different media players: VLC, BSPlayer and WMP.

They seem to play just fine for 10 minutes or so but afterwards the player crashes and the system freezes almost completely (Task Manager sometimes responds after a while so I can end the processes in question)

A:Crashes while playing video files

Hello chestbuster and welcome to Sevenforums.

To be able to help you, we'd need you to attach some files in order for us to analyse your crash. The below link will guide you through some steps for catching these files. If you have any questions just ask us.


Best Regards,

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I have a matroska video file that I would like to play. I downloaded a codec pack called CCCP so that I could play it. It told me to uninstall other codecs, so I did. I have the kazaa lite codec pack and the ace mega codec pack. When I try playing the matroska files, they video and audio are out of sync. There seems to be no delay in the audio, but the video freezes frequequently and skips a lot of frames. How can I fix this?

A:Playing Matroska Video Files

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I m facing this issue from yesterday when i try to open audio files it is not playing at all and video files also even youtube videos not playing please help me

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Hi,I've found some .mp4 video files on my PC and I'd like to view them. Windows Media Player doesn't seem to like .mp4 files.I was wondering if someone knows of a good "freeware" codec download that would cover all the basics for playing any file on your PC?I've found Vista Codecs but once installed doesn't seem to work for .mp4 even though it says it does. (Looks like a great product anyhow?)Anyone that can straighten me out here would be appreciated.Thanks,John

A:.mp4 codec for playing .mp4 video files on HD?

Have you tried K-Lite Mega Codec pack?http://www.free-codecs.com/K_lite_codec_pack_download.htmDownload Full version.

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everytime I try to play a.avi

A:error playing video files


If you haven't tried VCL Player download the free player and try.


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hi there i have recently taken a few videos and saved them from my camera onto a micro sd card, when trying tp play them on my mac computer using the vlc program it shows that there is no time on the video but when i bring the file up on my computer it says there is a file there in avi form but it will not play the files can anyone help me

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When I play 29.97fps video files, there's a barely noticeable slowdown/stutter every 12 seconds, but once you notice it it's hard to ignore. Other frame rates (23/24/25/50/60) work fine. The only way I've found to fix it is with VLC Player (specifically version 0.8.6, on the other versions I tried it didn't work) - I turn off "overlay video output" (hardware acceleration). When it's turned off, it causes a lot of flicker when there's flashing lights or rapid movements, but it plays smoothly in the sense that there isn't a regular 12s slowdown/stutter.

OS: Microsoft Windows XP Professional SP3
Processor: Intel Pentium 4, 2.8 GHz
Graphics Card: Fujitsu Siemens Computers SiS661FX on board Graphics

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Everytime I play a video file I get a bright fuzzy picture. I've updated my video drivers and I've installed all the main codecs. I've also tried to open the files using different players, but the problem is still there. Anyone have any ideas on how to solve my dilema?

A:Problems with picture when playing video files.


Sorry but I really need some help with this

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System reboots while playing WMV video files.

Hello, I wanted to see if someone could help me out. We're experiencing a random blue screen STOP error 0x0000008E while playing WMVs after some hours. It is a seemingly random crash as we've had it occur after anywhere from 30 minutes to 40 hours of playing videos before the system crashes.

We have each hard drive (Western Digital) cloned on different machines, specs are as follows:

Dell Optiplex 620
Pentium 4 Prescott 430 3.0 GHZ
2 512 DDR2 Ram Sticks
2 SATA 80BG and 160GB
PNY Geforce 6800 GT graphics card

We have 6 machines with all of the same specs running the videos and each crash randomly throughout the day. I've used other models of computer and hardware configuration and it seems to be no result. We've tried the following:

1. Replaced the power supply to 375W
2. Swapped hard drives into an earlier computer GX 280 -- got same crash
3. Installed latest Nvidia Drivers 84.21
4. Installed DirectX 9.0c drivers
5. Removed external usb devices
6. Reinstalled computer
7. Installed chipset drivers from Intel

Still no result. We've then looked at the error logs and we're getting the same error which is it points to the kernel:

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A:System reboots while playing video files.

375w PSU is not enough!!! YOu guys need more power from a good brand too.

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Hi ppl!!

New to the forum, any help would be appreciated

I hope this prob has not been previously posted, could not find it anywhere. Anyway the problem is that upon playing MPEG format episodes of Family Guy only 50 seconds of the file will play, i have opened the file with RealPlayer, windows media player and Winamp as well as divx player, all present the same prob??

When the 50 secs is up, the audio continues but the video remains frozen on the last frame of the 50 sec time limit, its almost like its just showing a preview of the file???

Has anyone had the same problem?? Any ideas on how to fix this??

Any help much appreciated

A:Strange...Video files only playing for 50 secs???

ummmmm ok

Thanks for that, ill be carefull when i buy tickets.

My family guy still isnt working though Ive downloaded and installed the k-lite codec pack and problem still persists.

Anyone got any ideas?

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I have a Sony DSC-W290 digital camera that take HD video in 720P with the extension of "MP4". I can play the files on my computer with QuickTime player, but when I try to play them with Windows Media Center on the same PC, it says "Cannot play video. One or more codecs required to play this content cannot be found." The first time I tried to play these in Media Center, it downloaded a codec first before attempting to play, but it still cannot play them. How can I make Media Center play these video files?


A:Playing MP4 video files with Media Center

Try to convet the mp4 to WAV, then play the wav file you converted to and see what happens.
I think this is a trial but you can find other free ones at http://download.com

MP4 to WAV - Convert MP4 to WAV, MP4 to WAV Converter, MP4 to WAV Conversion

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I am using Win 7 7100 and, no matter which player I use, or what file video file extension I try to view, I always get BSOD. This is the latest report after a BSOD:

Problem signature:
Problem Event Name: BlueScreen
OS Version: 6.1.7100.
Locale ID: 1033

Additional information about the problem:
BCCode: 124
BCP1: 00000004
BCP2: 85C648D4
BCP3: 00000000
BCP4: 00000000
OS Version: 6_1_7100
Service Pack: 0_0
Product: 256_1

Files that help describe the problem:
C:\Users\Peter Gadd\AppData\Local\Temp\WER-64802-0.sysdata.xml

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My system:

ASUS m/b P5VD2-X
Pentium D 925 CPU 3 GHz
3 GB Kingston RAM

Can anyone suggest what the problem is?

With Win 7 7000, I had no problems at all. With every build that I have tried since, I always get a BSOD.

Any help, suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

A:Win 7 71000 BSOD when playing video files

Did you download it from Microsoft? If you have the leaked version, who knows what you really got?

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I have problems playing many video files, namely avi files, but not exclusively. The error Windows Media player gives is 80040265. It says the file is corrupt or not supported. I know for a fact these videos are not corrupt.

I've updated windows, updated windows media player, downloaded the latest divx and xvid codecs, installed defiler pak, and tried tons of different media players including VLC. They still won't play.

The only thing that I can think of is there's something in my system that is just screwing everything up. The only thing left for me to do is to reinstall windows.

This has only been happening since I installed Windows XP a few months ago.

Does anyone know what to do? It's really starting to make me mad. Thanks a lot.

A:Problem playing lots of video files...

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I'm new to Vista. I just bought an Asus CM5570 with Pentium Dual Core CPU, 2.60 GHZ each, 6GB Ram, and 630GB HDD, running Vista Home Premium 64 bit OS. I've been previously on Windows XP Pro. In XP Pro I could open any video file, double click on a video, and a window would open playing that video with sound. How is this done in Vista?

A:Playing Video Files in Vista Windows

Download this Vista codec package and install it in the C:\Program Files x86, next get x64components and install them into C:\Program Files and reboot the computer. After that you are ready to play any video files using Windows Media Center or Windows Media Player. Just double click the file, same as in the XP.

For Vista 32bit use only codec package without x64 components.

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ok problem solvers and lateral thinkers - lets see can anyone get their head around this one as it is driving me round the bend.

So... I have a media centre PC connected to my HDTV by VGA cable. I ran the PC on XP for a long time but last December, I upgraded it to Windows 7 along with my laptop.

Cue 5 months of seamless media usage and network integration - it worked like a dream and I played both HD and SD content with ease.

About two weeks ago, I was watching an HD '.mkv' file and about 10 minutes into the video, the video file just hung - both the video and the audio. I had to power down and restart the machine and started the video file again. About 5 minutes after re-starting the video file, it hung again (not at the same place in the video). I then went and watched the video on my laptop where it worked fine.

A few days after this (first time I had used it again since it hung up) I began watching an SD '.avi' file. About 1 minute into the video the display lost it's signal (the little built in 'no signal' graphic came up) and after a further 15 seconds, the audio cut out as well.

This latter behaviour is now happening every single time I try to watch any kind of SD or HD video of any file extention. This problem is also independant of what video player I use (windows media centre and windows media player classic) After a minute or so the display cuts out and the audio quickly follows it.

Suffice to say, I was a little annoyed but knowing a good ... Read more

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Hi Guys (and gals),

I'm really hoping somebody will be able to help me out with a problem i have with videos not working on my PC. They were all working fine before but all of a sudden they have started running very slowly in windows media player and while watching youtube vids (flash videos).

Basically you start a video and it shows the first 20 or 30 frams very slow and jerky then just stops. You can even rewind or FF with the bar running across the bottom of WMP or Flash, they normally just stop responding.

This is confusing me because (A) it wasn't happening last week and (B) it's not just one program or one type of video file that is affected.

My PC is as follows...

-Core 2 duo processor
-Windows Vista Ultimate running WMP 11
-X1950 Pro graphics card
-4GB ram
-74gb Raptor Hard Drive.

So far i have tried reinstalling the video card drivers, checked it's not the HDD slowing down bby trying a USB one, tried to find a way to reinstall WMP 11 (no luck) and checked the CPU usage (absolutely fine).

Has anybody got any clue why this might be happening ?


A:Video files playing ver slowly on Vista

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Can MP4 or other Video files downloaded from the internet be burned on a CD rom
and played on a video play connected to a TV?
Thank you,

A:Playing computer Mp4 files on a Video Player

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It doesn't matter whether I use Winamp or Win Media Player, whenever I view a movie or vid clip, it automatically goes to full screen. I cannot reduce it, nor do I have any onscreen playback functions(i.e. ffwd, rewind,pause stop) other than on my logitech keyboard.I recently installed a new XFX geForce 5700 vid card and think that might be the problem, but cannot find any options to change it on the card or on the software(s). Some of my clips are just not viewable in fullscreen. Please help!

A:Video files playing full screen

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This is a strange question im sure. Say you have all your movies loaded on a external harddrive. When you plug your harddrive into your laptop and play the movies from the harddrive on your laptop, does that essential write/imprint that movie code on to your computer, or is it still strictly on your HDD

A:Playing video files from Portable HD on Laptop

It should remain on the external hard drive only, external hard drives and even flash drives are essentially just hard drives that you can actively plug into and unplug from your system. The only place you may see traces of these files after playing them are on the actual video players themselves, I know Realplayer and Windows media player both used to have a recently watched section on their user interface (dont know if they do any more), but even then it would only be the name of the file that was played.

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windows 7 32-bit
installed 1 week ago
original OS windows XP Pro

specs website HP Compaq d530 Convertible Minitower Desktop PC*-* Download drivers and software - HP Business Support Center

i just installed windows 7 a few days ago on this system belivieng it met minimum requirements, I think now i may be wrong. all the hardware specs are basically the same on my system from the above link exept:

the psu is now a 300w one: allied al-a300atx rev:b
Allied AL-A300ATX Desktop PC 300W Power Supply PSU | eBay
(only link I could find no specs page)

I added more 1.2gb of ram to the already preinstalled 1 gb and it brought down the read rate (maybe im saying that wrong) to 266mhz single channel from 400mhz single channel

added an NVIDIA Geforce fx 5200, it might be a fake or custom one since it's a pci old(non-express) card not agp and its ram is only 128mb. the driver installed is windows vista version, I installed it using compatabillty vista mode not because I needed to but because it was recommended:
GeForce FX 5200

heres the report any help would be apprecitaed thanks:

A:BSOD when playing flash video divx video or just leaving computer idle

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Okay, so I purchased a brand new computer (in parts) from NewEgg. I got:

Gigabyte GA-990XA-UD3 R Motherboard

Galaxy GTX550TI Video Card 2GB DDR5

Zephyr MX-750 (750 Watts)

AMD 6-core FX-6100 3.3Ghz Processor

A single 8GB 1333Mhz DDR3 RAM stick

A 1 TB Hard drive which I used as my main, and I owned a previous 1TB Hard Drive which I am using as my secondary.

I'm using Windows 7 Ultimate. I've played Guild Wars, League of Legends, and Skyrim, and anywhere between 10-60 minutes, my pc will crash, freezing up completely and the sound will get stuck. I've gone 8+ hours with the PC on while in the Skyrim Construction set, using Microsoft Word, and browsing the net. At one point, I got the Blue Screen of Death (Only 1 incident) with the following code: 0x0000001E

I've updated everything, video card, motherboard, any windows component, updated. I ran my antivirus in case I brought anything from the old 2ndary HD, nada. There have also been a couple cases where we could smell something hot. Not burning, just hot.

It continued to freeze when I tried to play ANY game, so I sent the video card back. Had to be the video card, what else could it be? I got the new one today. It lasts longer, but it continues to freeze when playing any video games. I have part replacement/refund from NewEgg for another 20 days, I need to figure this out now. Help!!!

What freaks me out is that EVERYTHING is new. No idea what I can do in this particular situation.

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A:PC freezes while playing video games (returned/exchanged video card)

Maybe there is an issue with your power supply.

Run this

While running this

Let them go for 1 hour and see what you get. It will render your PC pretty much useless so set it and step back and watch.

See if you still lock up.

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I am running Windows XP, with Media Player version 11.

I want to run the VOB video files that I transferred from a DVD to my hard drive.

Thanks in advance for your help.

A:Solved: Playing VOB video files on MS Media Player

Try VCL player


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i keep getting the BSOD while trying to play video clips sometimes... please help!
i have attached the minidump file

Thanks in advance,


A:BSOD appears with minidumps - playing certain video files

Figure out what's HEXPRO.sys. Google does not have it. If this is a driver then upgrade or un-install it and check if the crash goes away. Run anti-virus scanner, as well as trojan, malware scanners: Ad-aware and Spybot S&D.

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Use !analyze -v to get detailed debugging information.

BugCheck E8, {816e9f70, 81b5ec20, 0, 0}

Unable to load image HEXPRO.sys, Win32 error 2
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for HEXPRO.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for HEXPRO.sys
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for avg7rsxp.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for avg7rsxp.sys
*** WARNING: Unable to verify timestamp for avg7rsw.sys
*** ERROR: Module load completed but symbols could not be loaded for avg7rsw.sys
Probably caused by : HEXPRO.sys ( HEXPRO+36f8 )

Followup: MachineOwner

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