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What kind of operating system are you using?
Press Ctrl+alt+del and check your ram and cpu-usage under the *performance tab
If you're maxing out your memory, you might have a memory leak. Does the problem usually gradually increase when you've left your computer running?
And about the videos; Try using VLC - And just to clarify what the problem is when it comes to the video playback. It's a missing codec, but VLC does not require codecs to play videos, music etc.
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