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Window media my ms window vista are not playing any video on window media player... i think it doesn't detect my video driver... and vlc media player detect video drivers and vlc media player play the video songs now what can i do???

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That means there is some issues with your windows media player. Just try updating the player to the newest version.

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Hi,
Install TheKMPlayer and all your problem is solved
good luck

Posted on Jun 16, 2008

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You can use Media Player Classic or vlc media player to play VCD's


Get Media Player Classic here >>>>>>>>




http://mpc-hc.sourceforge.net/




Get vlc media player here >>>>>>>>>>>




http://www.videolan.org/vlc/




If i were you i'd download and install both the Media Players. You can play HD movies with Media player classic and just about anything with vlc media player.



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