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  1. St ANGR

    St ANGR New Member

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    i dunno wat to make of this!!!

    I have a PC with following config...
    P4 2.4 ghz intel, asrock motherboard, samsung syncmaster 793s monitor, 512 mb RAM, samsung DVD combo and a geForce 6200 "A" 128 MB graphic card.
    I have directX 9.0c and have the latest driver for my graphic card. Forceware ver 91.31

    I cant play DVD in my system.
    Earlier i couldnt play any video at all but then i used Win Amp's latest version and in that i disabled the overlay function and then i can play video stored in my comp.

    Similarly i disabled overlay in Quicktime and it plays video but i cant get DVD playback.

    powerDVD doesnt play nor does Window media player 10. it stops responding.

    HElP me solve this problem ppl. PLZ!!!
     
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    buddy,download Klite mega codec pack.U will be able to play any video file on that.
     
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    QwertyManiac Commander in Chief

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    ^^
    But he has PowerDVD codecs installed, maybe its the DVD at fault itself?
     
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    but frens
    b4 adding the graphics card............ DVD used to run in my pc using the onboard display.
     
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    first check yr dvd at yr friends computer to check if it is at fault.
    or try removing graphics card and then play a dvd.
     
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    But if i remove my graphics card............. i cant play all the games that
    i play HEEHEHEHE.

    like i said......... i can play video files in my pc if i disable the overlay option..... is there a way i can do that for a DVD???
     
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    I suggest you to use VLC player it plays nearly all format
    or else download XP Codec Pack for Window Media Player
     
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    Ahh, your gphx card's playing the trouble, install the codecs again!
     
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    look my motherboard supports dual monitor okay.
    so wat i did was selected the second monitor and then my DVD runs. nit doesnt run on graphics card only. and other media player like WMP or powerDVD doesnt play ANY video at all. the system hangs.
    heheheh can anybody help me with the solution????
    mail me at painintheneck23@gmail.com

    it wud be a BIG help
    thanks
     
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    hey buddy, u havnt installed the display drivers for your new display adapter, or else your os is not accepting it, try reinstalling it/ update it..
    Hope it would help....
    if u cant play only dvd's then reinstall powerdvd....
    finally if al fails, ur COMBo must be damaged., if its in warranty contact the dealer he may help u.
     
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