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Unable to play MPEG's, need license?

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I have Windows Media Player 10 and when i try to play certain MPEG clips i'm being told that my license has expired. I have only recently moved over to XP and have not seen it before.

 

Is there a way i can convert the clips so they will play?

 

Cheers

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What licence has expired?

 

Also if you having any problems playing a file I suggest you download and installs K-Lite Codec Pack Full it install a load of codes which decode more or less every media format out there so you can play them. I use it and it works a treat.

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What licence has expired?

 

Also if you having any problems playing a file I suggest you download and installs K-Lite Codec Pack Full it install a load of codes which decode more or less every media format out there so you can play them. I use it and it works a treat.

 

Still unable to view them with that software

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Are you saying the licence for the video has expired? If so there is nothing as far as I know you can do.

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