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    divx program/codec

    when i started windows media player I had a program or codec that would pop up in the system tray with it, it would let me resize the movie and other stuff. so if i had a fullscreen movie i could zoom in on the view and make it look regular size. I formated my hard drive and forgot what was the name of that program or codec. could some one please help me

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    FFdshow probably gives you more control over decoding than any other and plays back darn near any format. I use BSPlay + Nimo Codec Pack (for audio codecs) + FFdshow, latest build of Xvid and PowerDVD decoding engine. About the only thing I can't playback through BSPlay is QT and RM, which I wouldn't touch with a ten foot pole anyways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan Marsh
    FFdshow probably gives you more control over decoding than any other and plays back darn near any format. I use BSPlay + Nimo Codec Pack (for audio codecs) + FFdshow, latest build of Xvid and PowerDVD decoding engine. About the only thing I can't playback through BSPlay is QT and RM, which I wouldn't touch with a ten foot pole anyways.
    thanks but thats not it

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    Trivx, can decode allmost anything seemlessly
    http://www.3ivx.com/download/index.html

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    Was it the Power Toys addon for Media Player?

    link

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    thanks for all your suggestions but but non of those are it

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    Oooops

    i have another question, does know how to get data back from a secondary hard drive that was formated on accident?

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    UNPLUG IT AND DON'T TOUCH IT UNTIL YOU ARE COMPLETELY READY!!!

    Now, go get a restore software. Do you have FAT or NTFS? I use Restorer2000 on my NTFS boxes and it works excellent. Most of the time if you haven't yet started to write data to the drive you will be able to recover the majority of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kami333
    UNPLUG IT AND DON'T TOUCH IT UNTIL YOU ARE COMPLETELY READY!!!

    Now, go get a restore software. Do you have FAT or NTFS? I use Restorer2000 on my NTFS boxes and it works excellent. Most of the time if you haven't yet started to write data to the drive you will be able to recover the majority of it.
    thanks i got a system restore program and got my data back
    but i still havent found that divx program or codec

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