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eatinwokout
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Originally Posted by goodolebwinches
There is a free AVI player out there called VLC Player. VLC plays some, but not all AVIs. You probably need the codecs from DIVX PRO. If you're downloading movies.....then you should have no trouble finding a hacked DIVX PRO PLAYER.

well should i be having problems if the file has the extension .avi, .wma, .mpeg, .mpg. if i have quicktime, windows media player, and real? do the letters within the file name mean anything? .ts, tmd, etc?
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