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    Quote Originally Posted by reddeath30 View Post
    Sorry the reinstall didnt work for you. Is this still the lite install or the full XP install? It doesnt sound like an issue of media player, however I would recommend you go to version 10, no higher. It sounds like it could be an issue with your video card not being fast enough. If you have at least a 32 meg card you should be ok. I would be suspicious of anything less. As a troubleshooting step, try changing the visualization to one of the less graphics intense ones like particle, plenoptic, spikes or musical colors. I also recommend you try this 3rd party visualization called G-Force by Sound Spectrum. http://www.soundspectrum.com/g-force/
    Download this one and install it and see if you get the same results. Also look for unnecessary running processes and eliminate them if the problem persists. Let me know what you find, I would like to add this to my support page. Thanks.
    Thnx for the replies!!

    I have had the same results in the fresh "regular" and nlited winxp pro sp1 and sp2 version with both having WMP9, 10 and 11. Using DirectX8 and 9 using the latest drivers and the Microsoft version of the drivers.

    Like I wrote before it runs fine, perfect on the small window and when in full with the any submenu on the screen. Also if I right click on the viz and click for full screen it also runs fine, but when the program zooms to the visualization to full screen the only way it runs fine is having a submenu on screen at the same time.

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    Major step foward. That G-Force runs perfect, but need to pay 4 it. Is there another 3rd Party Vis that can be installed like Milkdrop (crossing fingers)

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    Also again just in case when I right click on the vis window on MI and select full screen it runs better than perfect, but when the program does it, it runs extremely poor(not with G-Force).

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    Is the program suppost to activate the vis to fullscreen or maximize the small screen to cover the entire screen?

    Thnx
    -Al

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    Quote Originally Posted by LogicGate View Post
    Major step foward. That G-Force runs perfect, but need to pay 4 it. Is there another 3rd Party Vis that can be installed like Milkdrop (crossing fingers)

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    Is the program suppost to activate the vis to fullscreen or maximize the small screen to cover the entire screen?

    Thnx
    -Al
    The program is actually just resizing the Visualization control on the form when you click or when it automatically goes to full screen.

    I kind of thought it was a Windows Media Player specific thing. I have seen some wierd issues with the visualization. I just use G-Force and forget about everything else anyway.
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