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DVD Filters from PowerDVD9 or WinDVD9

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StrifeLeonhart

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Hi,

I have a problem which till now never found a sulution for it.

I did a clean Windows XP Pro installation on a PC.

Now I would like to play a DVD on this PC but only using Windows Media Player (dont rush with your judgment yet)

Now the first thing comes to mind is to download and install some 3rd party software like PowerDVD or WinDVD to do that.
So I thought I was smart by just downloading one of them take their Filters out which are required to play a DVD so I wouldn't have to install the whole software.

Here comes the hard part.

I downloaded PowerDVD 9 and I extracted the following files Video Filters only:
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CLVSD.AX
CLNavX.ax
CLLine21.AX

Now It should be easy right?
Just copy the files to system32 and use the regsvr32 to register and off you go.

Well I can say that anyone can try it like this but It Will NEVER Work.

I have just tried about everything I know just to make it work but noooo use.
I think Google got fed up with me for searching so much.

Now im trying my luck here in hope for someone or anyone to help me out.

Does anyone know a way to make it work?
Is there any trick? because there are some codec packs on the net which have these files working.

ofcours I can use an other player like Media Player Classic Homecinema or VLC.
But I really want to know how to solve this problem because its bugging me for YEARS!


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to playback DVD's all that is required is CLVSD.AX

I dont know about the file from version9, I havent tested it
If you take the file from version8, you may also need to install some runtimes to get it to register.

Take the file from version7 and all will be fine.

you may also consider the MSFN XP codec pack in the sticky's above this topic area.
It includes the dvd decoder file and is quite a minimalistic package.


shark

Edited by Shark007, 07 March 2009 - 06:06 AM.

When posting about an issue in the codec thread,
please state what Operating System you use.


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StrifeLeonhart

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to playback DVD's all that is required is CLVSD.AX

Your right about that.

I dont know about the file from version9, I havent tested it
If you take the file from version8, you may also need to install some runtimes to get it to register.

Take the file from version7 and all will be fine.

I have been trying for years now, and ye i have tryed version7, also 8 and now 9

all done for nothing.

But like i said in the first post, i recommand anyone that thinks that regsvr32 would work with these files to try that and see.


Oh and here you can get the files i uploaded them of version 9 http://members.chell...wit/CLPDVD9.zip

you may also consider the MSFN XP codec pack in the sticky's above this topic area.
It includes the dvd decoder file and is quite a minimalistic package.



shark

Well you see i can do that, but im trying to find out what i can do to make them work, and i hope i can with some of your help.

Edited by StrifeLeonhart, 07 March 2009 - 07:16 AM.





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