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problem with xvid4psp

Discussion in 'Sony PSP - Homebrew software' started by 3pilogue, Sep 7, 2007.

  1. 3pilogue

    3pilogue Member

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    i cant seem to get it to work. everytime i open my avi file to convert it causes a window to pop up that asks to close the program or look for solutions. using vista
    anyon can help me??
    thanks =D
     
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    oh i m using direct x 10
    microsoft framework 3.0
    and i tried offing the UAC thing already
     
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    i think xvid4psp has been known to have problems on vista. also check to see if you have codec packs or microsoft office 2007 groove installed, this also gives xvid4psp some errors.
     
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    so if i have those i uninstall them??
     
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    yeah pretty much. Also, make sure you have the latest version of xvid4psp.
     
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    it works!!!
    thanks dude!!
    getting rid of groove did the trick
     
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    no problem. its an awesome program.

    also, if your going to be using pmp videos, make sure to install pmp to your psp. once you do that, make a folder called VIDEO in the PSP folder. put all your pmp files there.
     

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