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I have both windowsmedia player and quick time player...
tween the two of them I am able to view a lot of mpegs and avis that I download...but there are still many that I download and go to review it..I get following message"video not available..cannot find vids:iv31 decompressor..I dont have any idea what they talking about..can you help pls???
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Here are the Necessary Drivers for the Codec. I put both links (For the AVI and Quicktime)

AVI
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ftp://download.intel.com/pc-supp/multimed/indeo/drivers/ivi16.exe 

Quicktime
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ftp://download.intel.com/pc-supp/multimed/indeo/drivers/i322qw.exe 

Hope this helps

Craig
 
 
 
 

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by:accardo
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I downloaded the first one for avi and installed it, however the
second one (which is probably the one i need} for quicktime seems
like it has to be installed in dos...I am not familar with that at all???any more suggestions would be appreciated ..thanx.
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