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windows 95 xvid/dvix player

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PLESE someone help me find a codect to install to my windows 95 media player or a player for windows 95 that plays xvid/dvix format
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Might be out of luck I would have thought, since both technologies came out after Win95 fell out of mainstream use.
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I hope you're kidding! xvid is an mpeg4 format, similar to the advanced system formats of Microsoft, .asd, asx and .wmv, and is only suited to processors of over 700mhz. When win95 was published 166 was the tops and Pentium was a new name.
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