Today's question is a very common problem that most of you have had one time or another. It is especially annoying if you are about to sit down to watch a video and you can't... Then you have to venture out onto the world wide web to try and hunt down a solution.
Look no further
pirate video lover...
Help me Admin.
I downloaded some videos my family would love to watch. My buddy showed me how to use Azerus (a Bit Torrent client). I downloaded the files just like we did on his computer. They finished but the audio doesn't work on one file and neither the video or the audio work on another.
Both files played on my friends computer but he is away for a few days now. I can't go home without these files working! Please help.
Desperate in Denver
The first thing I recommended to Desperate in Denver was to download a free utility called G-Spot to analyze the file and also more often than not the K-lite codec pack fixes your issues and it is a free download here.
Anyone have any other answers to the codec issue of the day? What do you do when your precious