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Have DL'd some video for a specific project, but unfortunately I cannot play it back. Active Movie under Win95, I have also installed Indeo drivers, which did help with previous errors of this sort.
This video is supposed to be an AVI.,but error comes up under media player saying "cant find vids:i263 decompressor". Under Active Movie, it shows usual window, and plays audio only.
What type of video is this, and what drivers do I need to actually run it. Thank you.
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lmalko earned 200 total points
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Go to control panel, add/remove programs, windows setup, multimedia, video compression and reinstall from the windows 95 cd rom
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by:vlad_impala
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If the above answer doesn't solve your problems go to
http://www.genware.com/mplc

There is a link to the appropriate I263 decompressor file at the bottom of the page which should solve your problems.

Vlad.
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