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Problem with playing movies or trying to convert


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marc_randles

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Hi

Im having a major problem with playing and converting movies rto burn to DVD

When I try to convert it I get the error message showing the name of whatever program I use i.e WINavi/DVDsanta etc etc

When I double click the movie to play it I get this error message

The movie plays fine but the error causes whatever internet explorer windows to close

Ive done sypware scan, virus scans, malicious software removal scan and nothing shows

hope you can help me

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Ive done the turn off system restore, rebooted and done the stinger check and im still getting the error message above

Can anyone help please
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anyone???
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Surely someone can help me
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anybody please help
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As a guess I would suggest possibly a CODEC problem since it occurs only during playing or converting films. Since it's not really possible to say with the details you have given what format the films are in.

If it is that causing the problem then maybe reinstalling the CODEC may repair the damage, I use ffdshow myself which can be found here http://www.free-code...oad/FFDShow.htm

Hope that helps.
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