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seattle2005er

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anybody?????????
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I think I might have something for you. The following worked for me (I had the same problem), but don't get your hopes up...

1. Go into Windows Media Player.
2. Click on Tools-->Options...
3. Click on the Performance tab
4. Under the Connection Speed subsection, make sure that the radio button next to Detect Connection Speed is filled. If Choose Connection Speed is selected, you will only get audio.
5. Check the movie again.

Simple, no? It took me a while to figure it out, but when I did I felt really stupid.

Edited by CoconutTastesLikeCrap, 15 October 2005 - 05:19 PM.

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This worked for me when nothing else did - go to Tools/Options/Performance Tab/Advanced and uncheck Use Video Mixer Rendering. I had rolled back to WMPlayer 9. Not sure if this will work in 10 but it should.

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haha wow Bob, that did work. Thanks alot .
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