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Old 4th July 2002
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I'm using BSPlayer on a windows XP (home edition). Two days ago I installed the latest version of BSPlayer -0.85 Build 488-. Everythins was perfect. The sound was great and I were very happy. I watched two films. Then something happened and BSPlayer started showing grey screen when I runed it. I downloaded an other Divx Player -DivX Player 2.0 Alpha from Divx.com-. And problem was solved. BSPlayer was running properly, too. Then today I wanted to watch a film -same film as before I mentioned.- but BSPlayer -again- showed the grey screen. The sound is good but screen is grey. Also I can use other player now. And it has no problem.

What is the problem? And How can I solve it?
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Try to set the saturation brigthness and contrast to their default value...
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I have tried to change settings but it had not worked. Now I try to re-download the program. Maybe it works then.
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The problem was about the settings of DivX MPEG-4 DVD Video Decompressor. I think when I have changed the program settings for "higher CPU", DivX MPEG-4 DVD Video Decompressor settings have changed too.

To solve the problem I changed the program settings for CPU -for lesser CPU-. Then reseted the settings of DivX MPEG-4 DVD Video Decompressor.

If you don't change CPU settings you must to reset the settings of DivX MPEG-4 DVD Video Decompressor everytime you open the player.
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I'm having exactly the same problem. I tried everything - I even uninstalled BSPlayer, ran RegCleaner and reinstalled it, but all I see is a grey screen. It's absurd. And a pity, because BSPlayer is such a great prgram!
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