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Green screen on windows media player and trouble installing drivers?

I am having issues installing drivers on my new system. I recently bought a new m/board graphics card etc and i have got a green screen on my media player 11? Can you advise on this? The graphics card is asus model not sure how to tell which one and so is the m/board which is a wifi p5k-e

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  • jimmy4034 Feb 20, 2008

    Sorry guys no joy there. The first solution was a trial software for updates which i found useless and i really wanted a free software to use given that i would be using it as a one off application. The second solution had very good merit however when running Gspot it came back as good and all codecs were installed. i still have the problem but now it seems to be more of a muddled colour configuration rather than just a green tinted screen. i did try media player 10 however that didn't work either. I see alot of posts across the net for this type of thing and nobody has any real ideas on how to fix it?

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Try using a program called driver genius pro, this will find all correct drivers for your system and even explain how to install.

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Hi, does this occur when you open all files or just movie files, eg. avi files? there is a free application called gspot, this will tell you what the file is encoded with. Are all your codecs installed? failing this you could possibly go back to WMplayer 10. hope this helps...

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