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I need a vids:VCR2 decompressor to view an avi file. I found the following link as a place to get it but I keep running into a network error. Is there somewhere else I could get it or can I do some thing to download from this site. Thanks in advance. http://pages.infinit.net/azzard/files/ativcrinstall.zip
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Try this one....
just follow the directions in the file....
http://www.fortunecity.com/westwood/mcqueen/423/ati/ativcr.zip
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I downloaded the file and followed all the directions but it still says I need the vids:VCR2 decompressor. I did lauch the ativcr.reg file from within the zip file, because when I extracted it and ran it I got a diolog box stating: Cannot import ATIVCR.REG Error opening file. There may be a disk or system error. But when I lauched through the zip file it indicated that ATIVCR.REG has been successfully read into the registry. I even tried making the line adjustments in the system dll files in both caps and lower(rebooting and reinstalling each time) in case it was case sensitive. I've run Norton Utilities just in case and everything is fine. Could it be that I need the ativcrinstall.zip file rather than just the ativcr.zip file? Any thoughts.
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by:usvba
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I downloaded the file and followed all the directions but it still says I need the vids:VCR2 decompressor. I did lauch the ativcr.reg file from within the zip file, because when I extracted it and ran it I got a diolog box stating: Cannot import ATIVCR.REG Error opening file. There may be a disk or system error. But when I lauched through the zip file it dicated that ATIVCR.REG has been successfully read into the registry. I even tried making the line adjustments in the system dll files in both caps and lower(rebooting and reinstalling each time) in case it was case sensitive. I've run Norton Utilities just in case and everything is fine. Could it be that I need the ativcrinstall.zip file
     rather than just the ativcr.zip file? Any thoughts.
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