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Media Player 11 Help

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#1 jayzce


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Posted 23 September 2007 - 04:08 AM

My media player 11 cannot play avi files. Is there a site wherein i can download the codec for this? i have read that the k lite codec pack is having some issues when used on media player 11 and under vista. Where can i find a codec even just for the avi? for me to play avi files on my MP11.


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#2 jhsmurray


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Posted 23 September 2007 - 08:03 AM

AVI files may require different codecs, this article has some detailed information on that subject:
(scan for the Audio Visual Interleave (.avi) section, about a third of the way down)
It has links for DivX and a couple of others, plus a test file.

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#3 Leon Siria

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Posted 24 September 2007 - 11:50 AM

Before downloading any codecs try this:
1.Open Options in the Tool menu.(For WMP-11 you will first have to make the toolbar visible first.This is done by choosing the 'Show Classic Menu' in the Layout option below the top right corner of the window)
2.Open the 'File Types' tab and see if the box next to the required file type (.avi file ) is ticked.If not do so.
Hope this helps.

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