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Old 2004-07-23, 15:53   Link #1
Argos
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Question Guardian Hearts 5-6 wouldn't play

Guardian Hearts 5-6 wouldn't play. I've tried using the Media Config Guide. Tried using VLC media player, that did not open it. I also tried installing ffdshow but also did not help. I've tried opening this on many types of players and none worked (Divx, Sasami2k, WMP, WMP Classic, etc.) I've also tried to remove all the codec and tried to play it on classic (with ffdshow still installed) but that didn't help either. Can someone help me?

N/m, I found out the problem

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Old 2004-07-23, 16:17   Link #2
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N/m, I found out the problem
That is? Non-completed download or did you forget to uninstall all the previous codecs before installing ffdshow?
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