I have an Aivx -254 divx player, the original hard drive quit on me and now I can not load the drivers to add and play movies now, can you tell me where to get the drivers and any other information to format so I can play movies on the TV.
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try using file option instead of movie or music cos some time when you use movie or music it will only look for movie or music files also what formatt are your movies in cos it has a prob reading certain files and codecs like mp4
Try copying one episode of your tv shows to your computer's internal hard drive (lets say put it on your desktop) and see if it is the same result. By the way, what is the extension of those tv show files? are they avi, mp4 or mkv? Are the extension of the those files the same with your movie files? Normally, movie files are avi ( divx or xvid) which can be easily played by wndws media player or vlc. If it plays after copying one to your internal hard drive, then erase the one from your WD and recopy it from your internal hard drive. If that works, then just do the same on the othe tv show files. If it still the same result after copying onto your desktop, then just uninstall and reinstall vlc/divx and the codecs. Let me know if these procedures works.
What do you mean? The file icons do not show a thumbnail of the video or that if you double click on a video file, it does not open? It sounds as if you need to link the correct video player and codecs to your videos. If you try to play a video on say MS media player and your codecs don't match you get only audio. If this is what is going on, have you loaded your video camera software on your computer? Are the videos Divx, Quicktime, Real? The new Firefox has a built in video player that may help.
Is there a Divx logo on the player? Does this particular DVD player capable of reading DVD+R disks?
If you used the Divx converter program, there is a way to create a DVD in Divx format with menus. Did you use that particular program? If you didn't, you may have the DVD in a data format and the player can't read it that way.
Try the program Sub2Divx (I have the same DVD sony dvp-ns67p worked properly).
It takes just 2 minutes to put the subtitle in divx and is not fixed, only appears when tight subtitle on the remote control.
I have a link to a tutorial but it is in Portuguese.
Using Windows Media Player
You need Microsoft Windows Media Player Version 9 or higher and Sharp G.726 Audio Codec in order to play MPEG4 files from the Memory Stick on your PC.
If you are not currently using Microsoft Windows Media Player Version 9 or higher.
Important: The Sharp G.726 Audio Codec needed to play MPEG4 files is no longer signed by Microsoft.
If Sharp G.726 Audio Codec is not properly installed on your PC, it will not play MPEG4 Audio.
You can also download a free DivX® Player and codec to play your MPEG and other video format files.
DivX® for Windows is a free codec built to play every version of DivX content. The DivX codec also plugs into your existing video software so you can view and create high-quality DivX videos at a fraction of the original size. The DivX codec also adds DivX video playback support to most popular media players.