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Having PowerDVD installed causes BSPlayer RC1 803 to crash on my system in module clvsd.ax (the PowerDVD video decoder).
This happens when I try to play MPEG-2 files.
DivX/XviD files are not affected and still play fine.

When I unregister the decoder BSPlayer can play MPEG-2 again but then I can no longer use PowerDVD. :-(
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I'm using BSPlayer RC1 (803).
When I install PowerDVD I can no longer play MPEG-2 files in BSPlayer.
It crashes in module clvsd.ax (PowerDVD's video decoder).

When I unregister clvsd.ax, BSPlayer is fine but PowerDVD no longer works. :-(

Is there a way to install PowerDVD so that BSPlayer won't see/use the
Cyberlink Decoder?
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I'm using BSPlayer RC1 (803).
When I install PowerDVD I can no longer play MPEG-2 files in BSPlayer.
It crashes in module clvsd.ax (PowerDVD's video decoder).

When I unregister clvsd.ax, BSPlayer is fine but PowerDVD no longer works. :-(

Is there a way to install PowerDVD so that BSPlayer won't see/use the
Cyberlink Decoder?
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I'm using BSPlayer RC1 (803).
When I install PowerDVD I can no longer play MPEG-2 files in BSPlayer.
It crashes in module clvsd.ax (PowerDVD's video decoder).

When I unregister clvsd.ax, BSPlayer is fine but PowerDVD no longer works. :-(

Is there a way to install PowerDVD so that BSPlayer won't see/use the
Cyberlink Decoder?
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I can deselect .mp3 file extension. Every time after i close/open bsplayer its still selected.
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I cant deselect .mp3 file extension. Every time I close/open bsplayer its still selected.
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