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For some reason, whenever I attempt to play a video file (both via the internet and DVD), my computer locks up and I have to restart it. I have new video drivers, and all of the latest XP patches and player software. Before I reformatted my computer, the video worked fine.

I've tried downloading codec packs and DiVX players with no successful results.

I'm running: Windows XP Home, with an ASUS motherboard. Nvidia fx 6600 (direct x 9 c), 1 GB DDR pc3200, 120 GB Hardrive.

Any tips would be greatly appreciated.
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what software are you using to play your video files?
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