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DanaLouise

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Can anyone help me?

I have films on my computer that are avi format. Some of them play but i have a few that are telling me that the file is not supported so it wont play. i have usually been usin windows media player but i have also downloaded divX which also doesnt work?

What is wrong? Do i need another player?

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DaffyKantReed

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Try VLC.

http://www.videolan....ad-windows.html
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Now i have downloaded that what do i do with it? I am so confused with all theses programs that i have been told to download.
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File>Open>point to your_file.avi to play it.
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That wont work, everytime i try to do that its say that VLC has incurred a problem and has to close.
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In that case you have a rather more serious problem.

Which version of Windows is in question here and do you have the operating system software which came with the PC?

Please read and follow the following:

http://www.updatexp....cannow-sfc.html
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