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You need to update your codecs. a codec is a Coder/decoder hence the name. the file is coded at one place and your computer has to decode it. First off you have to find out what file isnt playing correctly be it a divx, and avi, an mpeg, an mp3 , an mp4 , a wav...... and on and on. once you figure out wich one is messing up do a google search for the codec. example divx = bad then search "divx codec download" and follow the links till you find one you can download. scan it for virus then install.
should fix the problem.
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