AVI's and the problem still persists. Part of the right side of the window just stops. I find it unlikely to be those file's faults.
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Dolby AC3 Audio (code )?! Solved - Windows 7 Help Forums
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Tried playing one of the affected. Sorry for my bad temper AVI's and the problem still persists.
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I came across this while perusing the DivX support site. I can't find much of anything about this "AC3 decoder " on their website or elsewhere. Alright, I have some questions and maybe some problems if possible, would be very glad to solve. I think I am closing in on the culprit AVI themselves or else with the media player's program files themselves, resulting in this.
The video plays but there is no sound. It works with my movie Regards.
Problem playing avi, Dolby AC3 Audio (code 8192) install Directshow decoder?
Once again, apologies for the triple post I surely can't be the ONLY one with this problem ever Is it possible that the DivX suite updated automatically and "silently", i.
Thank you once audip for your help! I read that not all motherboards use realtek audio chips. It usually has to wait for me to give the all clear before it does anything like that.
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Also, now that I know it's something to do with the OS itself, or so I am being led to that conclusion by what I've been reading up, this HAS ajdio have been brought on by a shoddy Windows Update because that is the ONLY thing I have been doing on this system for the last two months. So I am going to give it a try Thanks this was too ccodec. Well, this sums it up rather well: They must have different codecs? So what's happening here and how can I fix it preferably without having to spend a truckload of money - free being most preferable.