vids:IV32 decompressor

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My uncle gave me a casino game yesterday (Golden Nugget) but when i play it thers no picture and it says cannot find vids:IV32 decompressor.

how do i fix this, and what is it any way and is it free to correct. i have windows 98 if that matters.

thank you for any help im computer stupid. reply

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06-07-2004 03:53 PM
milkman
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That’s the indeo video 3.2 codec. It can come bundled with Windows 98, depending on whether or not you chose that option during installation. To add it follow these steps: go to the start menu, click settings, then choose control panel. Open add/remove programs and choose the windows setup tab on top. scroll down and find multimedia and double click it. find video compression and check the box. then click ok and apply. you may be asked to insert your windows 98 cd.
If this fails, or if you lost your windows 98 cd, you can find an indeo video installation package on the web. Just google for iv5setup.exe Here are some hits which you can try. Copy them to your url bar, then right click iv5setup.exe and choose save target as, then just open the file when the download completes
http://www.emmicroelectronic.com/webfiles/Video/
http://www.ecsel.psu.edu/~dericson/415/Archives/
http://nno.uni.lodz.pl/ftp/media/codec/intel5.1/
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06-07-2004 11:33 PM
anonymous

I have a maintenance CD which have pictures with it,but I can’t see the picture it is saying Video not available, can not find ‘Vids:iv32’ decompressor .if it is important I have Microsoft Windows XP operating system .What shall I do? reply

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01-30-2006 07:01 AM
tsega

I had the same problem and I installed codec in my windows vista. Now I can see the video but can’t hear the sound. any one can help me out?
pls send me a mail to nalirasi@yahoo.com.au

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09-27-2008 09:57 PM
Nalin

Nalin wrote:
I had the same problem and I installed codec in my windows vista. Now I can see the video but can’t hear the sound. any one can help me out?
pls send me a mail to nalirasi@yahoo.com.au
thanks

Use gspot (http://www.headbands.com/gspot) or avicodec (http://avicodec.duby.info)
to determine what audio codec the file uses, then search for them and download them accordingly. reply

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10-01-2008 01:26 AM
anonymous
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http://www.emmicroelectronic.com/webfiles/Video/ worked for me. Thank you very much for your help. reply

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10-15-2009 01:57 AM
akh

Thanka reply

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07-15-2010 09:29 AM
gehan

Hello, I think you can refer to this question - http://www.moviecodec.com/video-codecs/vidsiv32-decompressor-8340/ reply

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07-23-2010 02:19 AM
Stephen.
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02-15-2011 06:14 AM
77

You could try Win7codecs, which not only is a decent codec pack but it was ellsciapey designed for Windows 7. You can read more about it and download it from here: reply

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01-22-2013 04:48 PM
Hari

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