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Do i have a pronblem on my codec?

I can't hear any sounds on my media player or in my nero player.
but every time i watch on you tube and listening on my itunes it has a sounds...
what is the problem on my audio?
i hope some one could help me...
tnx

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  • mhiko_2380 Jan 25, 2009

    im sorry o forgot to say that its only on movies but in music its ok..
    it has a sound... i already download a codec but its no use..
    this was my problem before. i usually re-install my the driver and it solve but now it can't


  • mhiko_2380 Jan 25, 2009

    what will i do?



  • mhiko_2380 Jan 25, 2009

    i used the g-spot and it says that codec are installed
    how come that i can't hear any sound when im watching a movies?


  • mhiko_2380 Jan 25, 2009

    hahaha ok tnx for the time...
    you know im a I.T. student and i can't work on this problem...
    haiiizzzz....
    i'll try to install a Power DVD or to do your suggestion...
    tnx again...



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Does anything play in windows media player or just movies?
if something plays then it must be codec, if not try checking the audio settings on this application and select the right sound card.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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    Dr_Joseph Jan 25, 2009

    try using g-spot
    it identifies which codec is missing. then you can look for it

  • Dr_Joseph
    Dr_Joseph Jan 25, 2009

    you can try using a different program for playing the movie. try running on windows media player classic. serch for mplayer2.exe on your pc.


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