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Old Jul 27, 2006, 03:30 PM
randomfool randomfool is offline
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hi im using slayers evo mod to watch some backups of some video files on a dvd disc and im watching it by selecting the file from the dvd drive. on some video files it will play perfectly and then all of a sudden it will pause for a split sec and return to the file selection screen. at 1st i was thinking the file was corrupt or the disk was scratch but i tried one disk that was perfectly fine and had the same problem. it seems to happen with the last 2-3 files of the disk. any clarifications on what might be causing this is grateful
Old Aug 01, 2006, 10:54 PM
TreFacTor TreFacTor is offline
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[b]slayers evo isn't a mod[/b]

you can try installing xbox media center, dvd2xbox, and run them from the apps folder on your e drive... they may work better. the file format may also be a problem. if the files were encoded differently, or are in different formats, this could be a problem also, but try one of the programs I suggested.

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