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    What's wrong? When I try to preview a movie (.avi) in Windows MediaPlayer, I get an error message "Class not registered". If I try to preview it with AVI preview, there is no error message, but the movie is blank (no pictures, no sound). I don't think that the file is smashed (like some MP3's). This file is not complete yet. Should I wait and download it completely? (It is 700 MB and I don't want to be disapointed then).

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    Start > Run > regsvr32 quartz.dll

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    I had the same problem and I reinstalled windows, but it seems to be easyer...

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    Originally posted by mmp@4 December 2003 - 13:39
    What's wrong? When I try to preview a movie (.avi) in Windows MediaPlayer, I get an error message "Class not registered". If I try to preview it with AVI preview, there is no error message, but the movie is blank (no pictures, no sound). I don't think that the file is smashed (like some MP3's). This file is not complete yet. Should I wait and download it completely? (It is 700 MB and I don't want to be disapointed then).
    make sure you have got the correct codecs installed, ie k-lite codec pack.

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    Originally posted by mmp@4 December 2003 - 13:39
    What's wrong? When I try to preview a movie (.avi) in Windows MediaPlayer, I get an error message "Class not registered". If I try to preview it with AVI preview, there is no error message, but the movie is blank (no pictures, no sound). I don't think that the file is smashed (like some MP3's). This file is not complete yet. Should I wait and download it completely? (It is 700 MB and I don't want to be disapointed then).
    Was the movie you're downloading a verified file,'cos it could be a fake.
    Just my guess anyway.

    If you have Videolan preview the file with that and see how it goes.

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    i had the same prob ,dont u just got to re regster the window player they ask every couple yrs right

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    I did what Paul and AndrewBarker said. Thanks, that message is now gone, but then the movie is green instead of black . Then I ran program K-Dat and found out that It was XviD codec needed here. I downloaded it, but nothing changed. However, After 300 megabytes loaded, Windows' "Disk full" message appeared and the download failed , though I've had more than 800MB free space on disk.

    Thanks anyway

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    I should do a defrag - when your d/loading large files your drive soon gets heavily fragmented, then maybe your next dowload will be ok.

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    Originally posted by AndrewBarker@5 December 2003 - 12:08
    I should do a defrag - when your d/loading large files your drive soon gets heavily fragmented, then maybe your next dowload will be ok.
    ya i do that bout once every 2 weeks .

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