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04 Sep 2011  

Windows 7 Ultimate 64Bit (SP 1)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by AKM87 View Post
Yes I ran the application and have attached a screenshot of the resulting window. It did not, as far as I can tell, produce any kind of file.

Also, there seems to have been some wires crossed? Why would I want to convert my AVI files to MP4? I don't really use Windows Media Player - it's bulky and incongruous. I was using DivX player but have switched to VLC.

I apologize if I didn't make myself clearer, it was very late when I was writing this.

Okay. Can you type 'DXdiag' in the search box and then run the programme.
Click the 'Run 64-bit DxDIag' button and when it has finished, click 'Save All Information' and attach the file to your reply.

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