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zidane 6th September 2003 10:03 PM

problems with some files...
ive been using bsplayer a lot lately cause i have downloaded tons of videos, but i get an error with some of them (*.wmv and *.asf) i can see the video pretty well, but the problem is the ending...after the video ends my computer gets jamed, you cant even move the mouse, and i have to restart :? and this happens every time i look this videos, ........dont tell me the best solution is closin BSP before the video ends cause thats exactly what i dont wanna do :( is there other solution?


BSPeter 6th September 2003 10:43 PM

This could have something to do with your version of Direct-X.

zidane 7th September 2003 01:30 AM

i have directX 8.0, ill download the version 9.0 (i think that is available for download, ill look for it :wink: ) if it works ill let you know

zidane 7th September 2003 03:25 AM

:? :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry: now with directX 9 its i cant even see the videos :cry: :cry: it says.....unknown file format :? :? before...i didnt had this error... :? i could at least see them :? what do you think i should do now? all i think is uninstalling directX 9 and putin the 8.0 back....but i dont know if i can do that :? anyway, is there something else i could do?

zidane 8th September 2003 11:03 PM

could anybody help me? please i need an answer, i looked for it in the whole forum and there is nothing like my problem :cry: :cry: i reinstalled directX 8 and the same problem... :cry: it doesnt recognizes the videos now and...before it did :cry: what can i do?

BSPeter 8th September 2003 11:41 PM

Let's first make sure you've got BSPlyers's latest version, i.e. build (i.e. 501 of Sep 6)!
If your version is pre-build 500: first install 500
If build 500 is installed please place the substituting files of build 501 in BSPlayer's installation directory, overwriting/replacing the existing files).

Question: Do those movie-files play in e.g. Windows Media Player?


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