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Software conflicts in Win95

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I am trying to run media player and watch a movie on my
cdrom but it does not work properly, there my be some sortware conflicts (the movie is mpeg)
does anyone know how to solve this problem?
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Question by:zakman
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by:pigeon081297
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It'll be better if you give us more details about your problem. What do you mean by "Does not work properly"...

If you're going to play MPEG through Media Player, make sure that you've got corresponding MCI driver installed on your Windows 95.

Most people use Xing to play MPEG video files, but that's not free. So I suggest that you install Active Movie Control, which is included in Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.02 or up. Active Movie Control is capable for playing AVI, MOV, MPG, DAT (Video CD), WAV, MID, etc... so that's a good easy choice...

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Check to see if your Graphics Adapter is configured properly.
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