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Windows 7: MCE playback issues

19 Feb 2010   #11

Windows 7

ok did a clean install and my amazon files are playable as well all my avi files with no codecs installed WTF

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19 Feb 2010   #12

Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by BrianDigital View Post
ok did a clean install and my amazon files are playable as well all my avi files with no codecs installed WTF
I would have to say the answer is obvious; some software installation (SUPER is the worst I ever came across for being invasive) is breaking the native decoding. There is a software called graphedit (you can get it from the tools page of my website) that will display the decoders in use when decoding a video. Below is a screenshot of the native windows codecs decoding a high Definition wmv video clip I downloaded directly from microsoft.

I know for a fact that my Win7codecs distribution is NOT breaking your system.
I carefully test all aspects of my installation and by default,
my software DOES NOT mess with the native decoding Microsoft is providng.

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20 Feb 2010   #13

Windows 7

If I have any issues with files I will just install your software shark thanks for your help
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