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Only hear the audio part but not able to see the video.

I am not able to play some media files. As i turn them on i can only hear the audio part but not able to see the video.

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Are you using windows media player? and seeing colorful pluses? If so it means you dont have the codecs for the format of the media your playing....even if it sez CODECS FOUND. Im guessin you dont have xvid ....do a google search for "xvid codec" its free

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