Question about Computers & Internet
You need to find a codec pack that will handle your formats. One popular player that works well is called VLC media player. look for it online, your other option is to find and download something like "Ace Mega Codec Pack" or similar , your computer simply doesn't understand the downloaded video format in order to play it. Also sometimes these downloaded movies are in a compressed format such as RAR file (requires WinRAR program) and sometimes they are in an image format that can be used by cd burning software only such as ISO. Hope that helps you
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