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muhammad jamil

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hello,

i have a movie which is in the formate of xVID, when i play with windows media player only song played not video. How can play this movie properly
thanks,
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Hey there muhammad jamil, this sounds like you have a codecs problem.

So please download the latest version of K-Lite Codec Pack:

http://www.free-code...ck_download.htm

Once you have completed the download, please install the program and restart the computer. Let me know if this worked.

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after downloading when i try to install this message occurred

'an error occurred while trying to copy a file"

Click Retry to try again.........
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Oh, yes I had that same problem. Just click ignore. It will not mess with anything on the system if you click ignore, just make sure you download and install the update too.

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i have many time click on ignore but problem still. also can i use "CUCUSOFT Divx Xvid Avi Mpg -to- Dvd Svcd Vcd Converter"
for coding and decoding

Edited by muhammad jamil, 30 June 2006 - 01:56 AM.

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Download VLC Media Player from http://www.videolan.org. It is a media player and doesn't need any 3rd party codec software installed. I myself use it to play everything and have never had a problem with it.

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Thanks for your comments i will try VLC.
my problem had been solved by using "CUCUSOFT Divx Xvid Avi Mpg -to- Dvd Svcd Vcd Converter" .
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