I installed an FFDShow plug-in so WMP would be able to play .acc files. As soon as I saw it was an FFDShow plug-in I un-istalled it. It always conflicts with my Xvid codec when I am converting video files to dvd format. That didn't help.
I walked through the registry and deleted anything that had "FFDShow" in it. Ran regcure to clean out anything that might have been orphaned and still no luck.
I tried a system restore and that hasn't worked on my computer in some time and that. System Restore didn't work. So then I tried a to do a System Repair and reloaded Windows and that didn't work either. After I did the system repair, I did try System Restore again but it failed. I am getting an error that the "avi is not a valid Win32 application."
I can still view the avi's with MPC, but when I open my TMPGEnc and load an avi, it says "error - file type not supported". I have confirmed this with a bunch of avi's that I had previously used in TMPGEnc before the plug-in was installed.
I am running XP Pro.
Edited by jwmghf, 10 December 2010 - 08:59 AM.