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movie with no sound?


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i dno y its doin this it may actually be that the file i downloaded someone thought it might be funny to make the whole movie have no sound, its avi and im watchin it on divx any ideas? cheers in advance
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Play it on vlc player - do a google search for it...it can play most video formats
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