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My video codec file is missing.i cant see my videos from my do i get this file back?i have a nokia 5300 music express

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Download the latest version of DirvX 6.0 free download version and run. This should fix most codec errors. Also install latest version of Direct X. Good luck!

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Unable to play mkv, mp4 in vlc, Mpc or Potplayer. The video is just freeze or choppy. AVI and CPU reaches 100%. My system is Dell dimension 3000, Pentium 4, 2gb ram, nvidia 6200 pci video card and 250


This is what happen to me also, but after i do some clean into my fan processor, fan graphic card, and do vacum inside my computer ( because has too much dust). Too much dust also can make your pc performance going bad.. settle about cpu performance.

Regarding you cant play mkv file and other video format. Did your computer has a software to make all video can run that we called codec code? Try to install it and play it. Maybe this software can help This is a link to download the codec code.
Codecs com Downloads for Lite Codec Pack 10 2 Full Standard and Basic

Thank and have a nice day..

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I have installed GOM Player at win 2000 Millenium Desktop PC (no internet connection). PROBLEM: The Gom player does not play audio on a video file playing (any format). Movie is played ok. It says...

you are missing a codecs witch allows your player to read the music track in the video. you are most likely missing the AC3 codecs.

Aug 27, 2011 | PC Desktops

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A problem occured when i play HD video . video not play plz tell me what i do

Using the VLC media player should enable you to play the videos you are attempting to use, you can download this free software here

Feb 28, 2011 | PC Desktops

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Every time i open the GOM player it would ask for "FIND codec"

GOM Player includes many codecs (XviD, DivX, FLV1, AC3, OGG, MP4, H263) Along with different media format such as AVI, MPG, MPEG and DAT, GOM Player also supports streaming Windows media format (WMV, ASF, ASX).

Possible Reason:

* Ensure that you have downloaded a genuine version and not a broken file, which is likely to miss some codecs, GOM is a FREE media player with popular audio & video codecs built-in. So you won't need to install separate codecs for most videos. For those videos that require a separate codec, GOM Player will find one.

* Without the appropriate codec, you'll be prohibited from playing AV files/the codec for which the file you are playing is missing (playback error), which prompts you to "Find Codec" screen. In the case you need other codecs, the 'Find Codec' popup will assist you in searching for the correct codec to play your file. If you didn't find any: first reason is likely to be the issue.



*Search Result will be shown on a new internet page. Once youve found it, simply download and install to watch the AV files.

Jan 12, 2011 | PC Desktops

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Media Player cannot open a video. It says "Codec

This is a problem due to the various extensions that a video can have, as well as the music files for that DVD or file. I recommend downloading K-Lite Codec Pack, which has solved problems for me, and many of my friends and family.

Here's the website where you can download the installation:

Dec 30, 2010 | PC Desktops

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I cant play the video that i download , said i need a h264 codec

codec are basicaly needed to watch andy videos or music files....
get FFDSHOW codec from google, it's the best

Apr 27, 2010 | Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop

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All my music and videos on my computer skip. When

Heres the issue: your bus thruput is being broken up into chunks. That may not make sense to you, but imagine a waiter in a restaurant. He is all alone, and the place is packed. Hes slowly serving everyone a little at a time, one meal to a table. Your pc is having that issue. PC's read audio and video files as data. The more bytes in the file (the size of the file) or the more complex the compression/decompression algorithm (codec), the more tasking it is on the cpu. There are a few things you can do to try to resolve this.
1. upgrade your ram. More ram in a computer means your computer can run more smoothly. Ram allows your machine to remember more stuff 'on the fly' without having to stop and write it down in a temp file (cache) for later use. Ram is always a great idea, no matter what.
2. Upgrade your video card. A video card with a high performance GPU (thats graphical processor unit) and a high amount of on-card ram (128 MB or higher is good) will render your images much more freely, (smoother, prettier pictures during movie playback) and allow your main processor to concentrate on the other aspects of your computer, rather than trying to render graphics or wait for your slower, weaker, on board gpu to render them.
3. save your documents to a flash disk and re-format your hard drive and reinstall windows and drivers. You said that it didnt skip before, so it is likely that your current ram and gpu are sufficient, but, that there is a 3rd party software piece working in the background, causing the stuttering. It might be harmless, or it might be malicious. It could also be your security software (some pc protection solutions are resource hogs). As a windows pc gets older, it gets slower because its registry (hive) is getting fatter, so it has to process thru a larger registry to do something. Reformatting destroys this large registry and resets it to the smallest it will ever be, until you reinstall things, like office or flash or java or yahoo or winamp or etc etc etc.
4. finally, it could be the renderer (program) that you are using to play the media with. I personally use Winamp for my music (mp3, wma) and I use "media player classic" (just search for k-lite codec full). media player classic is a bare bones audio video player, and comes with several up to date codecs for playback and recording. It also repairs any broken, missing or cross-linked codecs. (CoDec is COmpressor DECompressor). The renderer (player) could be so heavy and involved that it is using a lot of CPU resources, tasking your machine, causing the stuttering.
I hope this gives you insight into your issue. Good luck in your venture.

Nov 11, 2009 | Dell Dimension 4600 PC Desktop

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I'm trying to play a video but it cant play. the file is .avi and when i try to play it, it just says DivX Decoder Filter: : X form out is like missing... how do i solve this? thanks

You can download codec below & after installing this codec u can also play .avi file

Nov 29, 2008 | PC Desktops

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Avi file not play

U dont have codec to play avi files....
Download Klite Mega codec pack from this link n install to ur pc
it will fix ur all media play prob..

Oct 19, 2008 | PC Desktops

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How do i play mp4 and mpg files

depends on the extension, .mov,.avi,etc.
I use VLAN or divx player, both are free

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