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Windows 7: Problem playing 1080p mkv's

05 Dec 2009   #31


So let's be clear: you direct people to download torrents, advise them not to run AV, and then fix the problems caused by AV?

How many machines do you control in any environment profesionally, Torrentg?

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05 Dec 2009   #32


Also, noone is disagreeing with my advise except you. Am I the only one who finds that odd? Shouldn't you?
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06 Dec 2009   #33

7600.20510 x86

Coroporate environment is a completely different scenario and can not be compared. They have high value interests to protect and some of the worst users without common sense since its not their own pc. They all have an IT department that will fix the issues they don't care about when they create them.

But I am so involved in pcs and that if I did control a corporate environment, I would have so many domains blocked in the firewall it would not be funny.
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06 Dec 2009   #34


I find that answer quite interesting.

The current trend in AV offerings is to give households free antivirus protection. Why? One of the biggest threats to corporate networks around the world is the unprotected household PC. AVG, avast, Microsoft, and others offer a free antivirus/antispyware solution to home users as they have come to realize that too few home users keep their PC's clean and up to date, do not use what we seem to agree on only which is safe browsing habits, or many simply did not want to or could not pay for it.

The current trend goes beyond just offering these tools to home users free of charge, with ISP's now getting in the game. With the huge advances in internet speeds and server processing abilities today, ISP's are soon to require that household PC's are in fact secure and will monitor such in the cloud.

I for one am quite glad to help all understand the threats posed by downloading files from just anywhere, especially from torrent/file sharing/P2P sites, and hope all will read up on this, and do so now.
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08 Dec 2009   #35

win 7 build 7600.16385 x64

just get sample High Definition Videos from M$ website

it got both 1080p as well as 720p!!!
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