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playa_in_mind

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I had been having problems with my computer so i used the "back in time" feature on the computer, after which i cant view videos or any flash images. i have windows media player, realplayer, and flash player. i even downloaded a codec file and with no progress. i check my ...."diagtx" files....right? and they said no problems found. so what do i do?
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fix your video yet? If not, try this. open windows media player- click on tools- in the dropdown, click on options. now, click the performance tab. lower your video acceleration to zero. close it and try your media player. that may work for you.
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Didnt work, i dunno what to do.......i've been working and working on this crap and i cant figure it out. any other ideas? i sure would appreciate it.
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i'm guessing with no response no one knows what to do from here???????? i'm begging, anyone that knows how to help please do so....

thank you
derek
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Have you got the XP CD
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