Get GSpot (it's free) and drop one of the movies that don't work on it. It will tell you what codec is expected and whether or not the movie file is corrupt. As far as codecs go, I recommend FFDShow as a package.
Originally Posted by JacobC
Ya I had the same problem, I wish the computer company gave you a choice if you wanted their crap programs or not.
How much extra would you be willing to pay for a laptop...
Also if all you have is an MP3 you stand even less of a chance of success because of the way MP3 is encoded. To keep the files small the stereo imaging and separation of most MP3 is severely compromised.
Is a Windows only installation something that you'd actually pay extra for or not buy a particular model because it doesn't offer it? C'mon now, is it really that hard to remove what you don't want? Personally I'd rather let the software...
Originally Posted by craighaskins
I have the identical problem as generalsu. I have a lenovo x61 running xp. no stereo mix option available. this means when you go into SOUNDS from control panel and you select...