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First uninstall windvd

1. Update to latest version of Direct X
2. Check: My Computer >> C:\ >> Direct X Folder >> Direct X Diagnostic Tools >> Display Tab >> Enable Direct Draw and Direct 3D Accelerations
3. Update to the latest display driver for your video card

AFTER you do this...re-install WINDVD..

For Direct X go here :
microsoft direct x download

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Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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