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Posted: Mar 9 2014, 06:05 AM
Member No.: 1,090
Joined: 8-March 14
Ok no answer to my earlyier question yet so hope this is easyier.
Using a VLC video player and as of two days ago it stopped playing all videos; avi - mp 4 - Xvid - Mkv etc and no matter what i do or try or which codex i get ; tryed K-lite and Xvid codecs nothing will play ! ?
So what do i try now; hope somebody has a fix - later and thanks
Posted: Mar 22 2014, 03:40 PM
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Group: Global Moderators
Member No.: 8
Joined: 13-April 12
Hi, sorry to be so late in reply and hope you come back to look.
I can at this moment only suggest uninstalling VLC Player and then reinstalling the latest version, sometimes other installations of programs may have corrupted the VLC files, so best to remove it and try a fresh install.
I installed Windows, so how do I install the curtains? :D
Posted: Dec 28 2016, 05:26 AM
Member No.: 1,587
Joined: 3-February 16
If you'd noticed that sometimes VLC or other players, or PDF reader crushes. Normally they need to repair. You can just uninstall and reinstall, which will make your players as it were before.
Posted: Jan 4 2017, 12:04 PM
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Joined: 12-April 12
This thread is 2 years old Johan.
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