Wonderful! Brief illustrated guide quite helpful too for a step by step no hassle installation. Couldn't play some Star Trek Voyager episodes I had and all the Microsoft Media Player help center could offer at best was that the codec was missing... ...without mentionning of course where in the cyberspace void I could find it!
Thanks a lot for this bijou!
This codec-pack is just a piece of crap. DO NOT download this codec pack unless you want to F*** up your computer. it will just ruin your whole system. beside, it can not be uninstalled properly. its not worth of downloading people. Thanks to this F***ing software, my computer is totally screwed up. *sigh*. it causes a lot of trouble. i highly recommend you guys to d/l the K-lite mega codec pack.
OMG! This was so simple to use! Thank good-ness. I downloaded this for just one pv that is very dear to me, but hopefully it comes in handy later on. Totally worth it. I recommend.
I've been using it for 4 years and although I've tried some other players, I think this one is the best. Great player with awesome subtitles editing options!
I'll give it a 5 cause it apparently works based on the testimonials here. Problem is, I can't get it to install on my computer. Keeps saying I need IE 3.0 or higher. I don't know what the browser has to do with me installing the codec. And I have IE 6 installed anyway. I'm trying to view some educational videos for class but I guess that won't be happening. Verdammt noch mal!
Very good and compact. No hassle with useless or confusing options.
I wanted to uninstall this terrible crap after 10 minutes, but apparently you can't remove it.
Boligego, go f**k yourself
"Written by: briony
using dvd santa i have sound on the dvd through the computer but none on my dvd player can anyone help me please i don't know if there is something else that i am suppose to be doing at the same time thanks"
I'm having the same problem! can somebody help plz?
You can use a program called winrar to extract the files (its availible to download for free, just search for it on google) then just select the folder, right click, click extract to the specified folder, and pick wherever you want to put it. Then go to that folder, find the file with the .inf extention, right-click, and click install, there you go. joe, it took longer for you to complain about ppl that don't know how to install codecs than it took me to explain. Besides, you're just whining about whiners...hypocrite
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