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I have a windoe xp, video in unable to open full screen. when press full view screen become blank.

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Hi,
Make sure that your vga or graphics driver are properly installed and not corrupted. And you can also try downloading another video player like VLC player. Try this link: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
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