xvidcode.dll not found

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12-17-2004 08:33 AM
G

hey, i have downloaded a couple torrent files and in wmp i get the error message xvidcode.dll not found when i try to play them, but i have the most recent xvid codec installed, any ideas? reply

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12-17-2004 11:42 AM
anonymous
1,580 posts

Do you mean xvidcore.dll? Make sure it’s in your windows/system (windows 9x, me), winnt/system32 (windows nt 4, 2000), or windows/system32 (windows xp) folder. If it’s somewhere else, move it to the proper location.
If this doesn’t work, I’m not sure what else to suggest besides uninstall xvid, and redownload the binaries from www.koepi.org. reply

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01-22-2005 02:42 PM
bob

well thats all well and good but i cant udersatand a word on the site you recomend so i cant download the binaries reply

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01-23-2005 01:57 PM
anonymous
1,580 posts

(to bob)
I generally tend not to give direct links, since they can change over time, but in your case here it goes
http://www.koepi.org/XviD-1.0.3-20122004.exe

--EDIT--
June 17, 2009
http://www.koepi.info/Xvid-1.2.2-07062009.exe
... because people continue reading old threads... reply

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06-26-2005 11:25 PM
XHunter

Thanks for the Link it worked ^.^ reply

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08-03-2005 03:10 PM
cdx1

Very good advice m8 thank you reply

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08-11-2005 06:53 PM
Aschwin de Haas

When opening a file in real player I get xvidcode.dll not found, the file does play and I have video and sound. But every time this error message keep coming. I tried your link (see above) and runned the program. Duringinstallation I get the following message:

C:/Windows/system32/xvid.ax
An error occured when replacing the existing file: DeleteFile failed; code 5
Access denied

Now I am the only user so no access seems strange to me.....I have totally no idea what this is about, can somebody help me? reply

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08-12-2005 03:07 PM
anonymous
1,580 posts

(to Aschwin de Haas)
Do you have administrator privileges when doing the install? If so, when you start your computer, look for that file (xvid.ax) and delete it manually (don’t open any video files prior to doing so). Then run the install again. If you can’t delete it get back to me. There’s utilities out there that allow deletion of files before logon (such as some nasty viruses), but I can’t recall their name. reply

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08-15-2005 06:44 AM
Aschwin de Haas

Problem solved thank you, first I couldn’t delete it, because it was in use? But just before I wanted to post a reply I thought let’s try it again and now it did delete. Still I am always looking to learn things about soft and hardware. I you have time and want to explain, what is this all about? What does the installation package do and what does xvid.ax do? thank you very much for your help.

Aschwin reply

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11-18-2005 06:38 PM
enrique

I need a xvidcode.dll to play a video into windosw media player
thank you reply

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11-30-2005 05:58 AM
heyutang

I have a similar problem: installing the xvid codec is impossible. I get “Delete file failed, code 5 " error message when trying to install.
I can’t find the xvid.ax file on my computer,(also not in the system32 folder) and I am logged in as the administrator. I have tried rebooting but that did not help.
Any ideas? reply

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12-17-2005 03:26 PM
chingon626

I dont have the xvid.ax on my computer,how do i get it? Do other versions of windows come with it,. reply

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12-22-2005 02:11 PM
topcat139

If you run into this problem , when installing an update, just go to the file that is having a problem and try to delete the lastletter or two of the extension, then click to retry the install. If you cannot change nor delete the file, then give Unlocker (ver 1.75 latest) a shot. It adds an unlock option to your right click menu. The problem is that the codec is locked. Possibly by an open app, like Gspot, etc, or just wasn’t released by thye ;last app that used it. Generlayy you can change the extension even if you can’t delete it.
If the ext. change works, remember to delete the file on your next reboot, it will be released by then.

luck!

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03-27-2006 08:24 PM
person233

thankyouthankyouthankyouthankyou reply

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08-07-2006 04:08 PM
Cralizec

Thank you!!! Thank you!!!! Sunner 2006, and the link solved my problem!
Had same “xvidcore.dll missing” error in my media players.
Ran the ..koepi...-link, got the “Failed, code 5” error and had to close my p2p downloed proggram I had running. Hit RETRY and it worked perfectly!! :) reply

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12-27-2006 03:04 PM
factfactfact
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An error occured while trying to rename a file in destination directory
Move file failed; code 5
Access is Denied

Click retry to try again, ignoretoskip this file not recommended or Abort to cancel installaion


This what happens when i try install xvid 1.1 and not only this whenever i open WMP xvidcore.dll not found occurs

I have downloaded xvidcore.dll and tried to paste it in c:/windows/system32

but again a message appears that Make sure the disk is not full or write protected

I am the only administrator and

I have also deleted xvid.ax from C:/windows/system32 but still i am coming up all the problems

Please suggest for all
Xvidcore.dll
error code 5
and make sure disk is not full or write protected and it would be very if some one could mail me at factfactfact@gmail.com regarding above problems reply

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02-05-2007 05:02 AM
JT fromNZ

...and the link still works! Cheers Bo! reply

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03-12-2007 05:30 PM
Nick Doc

Thanks a lot! You guys are life savers. :D reply

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03-19-2007 01:03 PM
TxZam

on a little side note, make sure its a .dll file reply

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03-19-2007 01:12 PM
TxZam

And if you are missing the file please go here:

http://www.dll-files.com/dllindex/dll-files.shtml?xvidcore reply

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