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internet video file problem

Lawman82

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#1
I install vista, and only have one problem can't watch mpg or wmv file from the internet, has anyone run into this problem, and how did you connect it.
 

Lawman82

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#3
KC, these are files opened from internet sites, like gamespot, News sites, just about all sites, I thought it maybe the java I was using so I update it. The program will download but when it starts the viewer is scrambled, you will see some movement but not able to view it. I think the viewer is microsoft's.
 

Lawman82

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#5
I'm using Yahoo on some sites and firefox on others, I have seen where IE, didn't work either. LA, how's Vista 64 working for you?
 
#7
Vista 64 and >4GB is what everyone should be using :)

It's a dream :D

Only drawback is that creatives drivers crap out on 3GB or more of RAM. I have 24bit 192Khz static out of my X-Fi. The onboard audio for the evga board though is amazing. I'm waiting to see if Auzentech have fixed this bug or if I should grab an Asus Xonar instead though.
 

Lawman82

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#8
LA, I'm using 32 right now, so far this has been the only problem, checked the security on board nothing I could find also. I'm still thinking about getting Vista 64, just thought it may not be getting there driver together.
 

Psyborg

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#11
well after installing a k-lite codec pack on vista some of my internet video files, wmv, mpeg, stopped opening, instead i'd get an error page in IE. Have you tried:

Control Panel > Programs > Default Programs > Set Default Programs.

Then go to windows media player and "set this program as default"
 

Lawman82

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#12
well after installing a k-lite codec pack on vista some of my internet video files, wmv, mpeg, stopped opening, instead i'd get an error page in IE. Have you tried:

Control Panel > Programs > Default Programs > Set Default Programs.

Then go to windows media player and "set this program as default"
Thanks Psyborg, I was beginning to think no one else ever had this problem, will give that a try.
 

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