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Different audio tracks playing simultaneously after dl'd video cod

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Antique Rose

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Hello all,

I have a rather bizarre problem and I'm hoping somebody can help me out. Last night, I was attempting to download a new video codec (MPEG4 decoder) to watch both DVDs and video downloads on my computer (the version of Nero Showtime I was using had expired). First I downloaded FFDShow, which didn't work for what I was wanting to watch so I uninstalled it. I then downloaded the Codec Pack All-in-one 1 which I was also unhappy with, so I uninstalled that, too. Thirdly, I downloaded Koepi's XviD Codec 1.2, which worked fine except for the fact that when I tried to play one of my movies, there was French talking underneath the regular English, as if there were two audio tracks playing simultaneously. Frustrated, I uninstalled XviD but I still can't seem to get rid of the French talking, even after running CCleaner, several spyware scans and a virus scan. I am running Windows XP and I play my video files in Windows Media Player.

Has anybody ever heard of this or possibly have any suggestions for me? It's very frustrating!

Any advice you have I would appreciate greatly.
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go to http://free-codecs.com/

either try the allin one codec package or the klite codec package. that should take care of your issue.
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