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Thursday 26 January 2012

Certain Videos Are Not Playing In Windows Media Player?

Windows Media Player has evolved a lot with the newer version of Windows like Windows 8 and Windows 7, but still it does not support some of the video formats. Since there are a large numbers of Video formats and they are not all supported, there are codec packs available one of them being K Lite Mega Codec Pack. But the problem arises when one or more of these codecs go bad or corrupt. One of the easiest way out is to use a freeware program like VLC Player which can play it all, but not all like its interface and it does not provide all the features and aesthetics of Windows Media Player. Find the K-Lite codec pack here.

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