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colordog View Public Profile Find More Posts by colordog « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display Modes Linear Mode Switch to Hybrid Mode Switch to Then click the Advanced tab and select the "XviD MPEG-4 Video Decoder", then click Properties. For AMD K6/K6-2 computers we have found that the minimum requirements are higher and we recommend at least an AMD K6-2 400MHz for proper playback. 2.3 Lowering image quality to Any help would be great, thanks!!

I also reinstalled CoreAVC and Haali Media Splitter and still no problems with Windows Media Player 10 playing uncompressed avi files... I can offer only my experiment results. Very weird behavior indeed. If you want to be absolutely sure feed the file into gspot and it will tell you if the filesize is correct.

If you still aren't able to find the solution to your problem, try asking in the Forums. I wound up here, and I read the post just above, the one mentioning XviD. This was only when I played one of my downloaded avi files fact clicking on that file or moving it to the recycle bin also caused a crash! To fix the invalid frames you can either try to download the movie again, but this won't help if your source also has a corrupted movie.

For information how to install the DivX codec, goto the DivX codec section. 6.5 Unable to render video: DX50 decompressor not found This error occurs when you try to watch Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: Angie on 11/07/2008 Thanks you so much! When you install a video codec on your system it basically works as an add-on to your system with instructions how to compress and decompress video in that format. To fix the problem you can either try to re-download the installation file or if you're having general problems with downloading EXE files from the web you can download the following

Oh! If you find any of these filters installed, simply goto the Start menu in Windows and select "Run...", then enter "regsvr32 /u" in the box and click the OK button Otherwise you have to figure out what's wrong with your system configuration. So I tried uninstalling XviD.

I suspect not the video codec, but maybe the sound codec or use of.. then again, i suppose if you "abuse" the power of the internet like over 70% of the people probly do, then your just gunna get an oversized paperweight soon anyway.. I now uninstalled the xvid codec and I am using the latest Divx instead. You can download the SMR codec from the Software section. 6.7 Unable to render video: XVID decompressor not found This error occurs when you try to watch a movie and

You might be able to listen to the sound but no video is shown. Corey 01-16-2005 07:00 AMGuest Feedback I ended up formatting my computer, and now the problem is gone, meaning the previously problematic files now display correctly. If the file plays like this then it means files are okay, problem is with windows avi detector. sorry just could not contain myselfi've has this problem for about a year with explorer crashing 'drwtson crashing when any folder with AVI files was openeddrove me crazy problem solved in

Yes, that's genius, I know. In order to play the movie you need to install the XviD codec which contains a XVID decompressor. So the problem is in codecs! ChronoCross View Public Profile Find More Posts by ChronoCross 29th July 2005, 22:49 #6 |Link Digiti Registered User Join Date: Oct 2003 Location: N,Y.

Now .avi files should not cause explorer.exe to crash anymore.I hope this resolve you problem.This guy did some research for you and resolved your problem. If i save the lossless video to a folder ive created on the USB or the Sata drive, i can browse to the folder ok, i can select any other file The only thing that I think may be different from before I uninstalled CCCP is that ffdshow video codec now has priority over CoreAVC when playing avi files. I can use my editing software to import those files and i can edit them quite happily, there's no problems with the files.Post edited 7/29/07 9:51AM No mods Fhajad Forum Games

Hello Although nobody replied to my question I was very lucky to find the solution on my own. Try to apply some advises above, with no use. Then you should install the latest version of the XviD codec.

if someone does know a fix please e-mail me @ [email protected] Votes: Rating: 0 Delete: 0 From: stephen on 09/17/2004 Hello.

i couldnt remember how i resolved it the first time, and i found this post and downloaded the "Divx All in one fix" and ran it, and problem was immediatly solved. los Running the disable video preview worked for me!! Nov 14, 2006 #6 SNGX1275 TS Forces Special Posts: 10,715 +397 You could also play them in VLC. One suggestion was that it could even be due to Windows XP Service Pack 2.Whatever it is, it's bloody annoying !!

I was just clearing up that copyright caveat. I did a full virus scan and my machine is clean. Nov 13, 2006 #3 Rage_3K_Moiz Sith Lord Posts: 5,431 +32 Also, it might be the video card drivers too. Nov 14, 2006 #7 rhodathesubaru TS Rookie Topic Starter I downloaded the VideoLAN player that SNGX suggested and that played them just fine...

ACEMCP603PRO.exe 03-06-2005 11:10 AMchristian Feedback Page 1 of 51 2 3 4 next › last » Related Post Your Answer TopicYour replyYour name or log inVerify you're humanBy submitting this form Any real fix should be to the application/CODEC not the operating system. Because obviously yours can't.And it may also be the state of the file itself. 120fps is a little excessive anyways dude. In order to play the movie you need to install the DivX codec which contains a DIVX decompressor.

Thanks everyone! 01-22-2005 09:58 PMperson Feedback By downloading GSPOT I was able to see which codecs were needed to play the given file. Click on Start, then click on Run and type regedit and press enter. Now .avi files should not cause explorer.exe to crash anymore.I hope this resolve you problem. USA Posts: 8 Windows explorer crashes using xvid?

Error messages (Windows Media Player) 6.1 Unable to download an appropriate decompressor 6.2 Unable to render video: DIV3 decompressor not found 6.3 Unable to render video: DIV4 decompressor Playback problems 4.1 XviD movies won't play and I don't know why The most common reason that downloaded movies don't work is because the download is incomplete. Find the proper codec and GOOD LUCK! Seems to be when i save to specific folders on the drives, like newly created folders.

Thanks. Nov 28, 2006 #13 N3051M TS Evangelist Posts: 2,115 I have the same problem...I can open the avi files in Windows Media Player and QuickTime, but in Explorer, just eh?


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