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Your problem sounds like you dont have the correct Codecs to be playing that video format....You'll need to verify but I would guess that your trying to play a "DivX" or "XviD" format, in which case you will need to download something called Koepis XviD Codec pack or XP Codec Pack and afterwards, restart your computer and try again and it should play just fine.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
What DVD playback program are you using? Intervideo WinDVD is the best for-pay one, but you might look into Media Player Classic and VLC Media Player. Also, search google for K-Lite Mega Codec Pack and install it. It has the codecs required to play most movie formats. This could just be an issue of a broken codec. I would also recommend updating your video drivers (the screen that changes the color bit depth should tell you what kind of video adapter your laptop has; go to the manufacturer's website and get the latest driver).
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