|10 Oct 2011||#1|
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Video thumbnails won't work after installing Nvidia graphic driver.
I just formated my Windows due to upnormaly behavior anyway.
I installed K lit codecs 32 and x64 I got thumbnails to work for videos that is not associated with windows ( WMP to be more precise ) like MKV FLV Rmv ...
Anyway .. I installed Nvidia driver for my graphic card , now they won't work , other than those for WMP ( avi , Mpeg , wmv .... ) as soon as I unistalled Nvidia driver without rebooting , they worked fine again , I rebooted Pc , still working fine , installed Nvidia driver , they stopped working.
Any idea how to fix this issue ?
I will try asking K lit creater too .
Please don't tell me to use other codecs source like Shark or Windows 7 , Shark had my filters corrupted + errors in movie maker.
Windows 7 is good but makes some video play fast or sound stutter had to disable/enable filters with each type to play correctly.
I'm using Nvidia 560 , driver 275 , Windows 7 SP1 64 bit . Same thing happens with my 260
Thanks in advance.
I can't get this windows to work as I want ever ... I miss XP , hate MS.
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|10 Oct 2011||#2|
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I found a solution at the creator page , I had to change the perferred decoders to ffshow , in win7DSfilters tewaker , rather than Microsoft :\
Sorry for posting , had to do more research first.
I'm sure I did visit his page before and couldn't find sulotion... Maybe he just updated it along with the new forum o_O
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