Yeah! The link that peymonster put on, http://www.divx.com/divx/windows/, worked great. All I did was download it from this site and then when I opened up my avi file in windows media player it worked!! Thank YOu!!!!!!
I am so grateful with this forum. A million thanks PeteJones. The trick work for me too. This ATI graphics card is driving me nuts. I don’t know when and how it happened that I suddenly cannot play my videos. You saved me from reinstalling my windows. Thanks a lot.
I had the same problem with Nvida drivers. I had the newest codecs from Divx but no video on .avi’s. I ended up reseting the video overlay settings in the display properties to default, and it fixed it.
lol your a life saver, i didnt realize my comp wouldnt play videos lol, i thought it was just 1 video broken, then i tried others n none worked lol, so i downloaded like 6 programs n none worked, but that divx link works a treat
I have an ATI card but for some reason I can’t find the Catalyst control center. I know I had/have it, because I was messing with it when I first got the computer, but now it’s gone. I’m on the ATI site where you can download it, but should I do that? Or is it still on my computer somewhere?
This problem has been driving me nuts for months now.
it’s mean your computer’s cpu can’t compare the avi’s speed.
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If you are having the exact same issue as the topic’s creator, then you are missing a video codec.
A codec is a COder/DECoder for video files. In short it takes the data and plays the output on your screen and through your speakers.
Now, if you are using an illegal file downloaded online, you are most likely looking for an xvid codec.
Now, if you’re having problems getting video to show through your monitor and it isn’t just a codec issue, you have a Video Card Driver issue, in which the installed driver isn’t working as it should.
If you would explain your problem in more detail we can help.