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Old 02. Dec 2009, 01:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Please help ! Cant watch movies from USB memory stick !?!

Really need some advice here please .
I'm getting rid of my old computer and saved all my movies on USB memory stick . Now i'm trying to play them on my laptop and Windows Media Player only plays 1 movie ! I cant watch the rest of the films on it. I downloaded KMplayer,thought it might play it,but no luck,it kept freezing up . Then i tried Nero player,and no luck,it wouln't play it ...
So now i got all my movies on USB memory stick but cant watch them :-( is there any program/software/player that can be used to watch movies from USB memory stick ?

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Old 02. Dec 2009, 04:51 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Try VLC Media Pllayer or another software from here. If you still can't play them, take a look at this.
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Old 02. Dec 2009, 01:01 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for that,i downloaded VLC media player,but no luck with it,but pop up message said that it cant play video or audio format "undf" ? Do i need to find codec for this sort of format ("undf")?
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First of all, if these movies are important to you, it would be worthwhile copying them to you new laptop hard drive, that way you would have them stored in 2 places rather than relying on your USB stick alone (a USB stick is not a safe place to store important files long term).

Next, I would install MediaInfo which you can use to establish exactly what format the movies are in, and which codecs will be needed to play them. This info can then help you choose the right media player and/or codec to try.

Other things to take into consideration are which media player you were using to play them on your old PC, and what other players or codecs did you have installed there. Also, if you created them yourself, what program did you use?
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