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Old 2004-07-24, 20:45   Link #21
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OK, maybe I wasn't clear. What we're looking for looks like this:
Spoiler:

The correct answer here would be:
1. [AH]Naruto_92_[CD1642EF].avi
2. AVI Splitter
3. MPEG Layer-3 Decoder
4. Default DirectSound Device

You probably have a lot more steps to make it to Default DirectSound Device, or you may not ever make it. But thats what I wanted.
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Old 2004-07-25, 02:28   Link #22
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this it?
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Old 2004-07-25, 23:10   Link #23
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uhh continued help would be great XD
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Old 2004-07-26, 00:35   Link #24
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Well, I thought I posted a response in this thread. I guess it got lost in the forum server move.

Judging from your Dvix filter, you still have some sort of a codec pack installed or you haven't properly installed ffdshow. Uninstall ALL of your codec packs (IE Nemo, KLite, Midnight, etc). Before you ask, those codec packs include audio filters. If you've already uninstalled all those codec packs, then it's probably time that you head on over to the Last Resort Thread, because you've got too many directshow filters registered and no easy way to uninstall them.

If you're running Windows XP, this thread explains how to properly uninstall things.

You are using Media Player Classic, right?
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Old 2004-07-30, 21:15   Link #25
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i got it working turns out it wasn't my codecs but AVI itself, so i reinstalled it and walah~ it worked
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