Attention!! these microsoft patches fix many things!!! | Page 3

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by Frodo, July 6, 2005.

  1. tklon

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    Yesterday I played with the new myTrailers plugin from Zipperzip, which is in CVS now. Very nice thing.

    The screen showed only psychedelic (green, orange, yellow) colors. After playing back a trailer the file dxva_sig.txt (with 0 kB) appeared on the dektop.

    Google told me on some pages to install a special codec (voxmsdec or codecpatch1.0.zip with files from 1999 ???). Very nice. :?

    Then I remembered this post, installed wmp10 and the 3 patches and :D.


     
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    Where can i look for dxva ist running or not ?
    I made (month ago) some registry changes to the intervideo/ATI dxva but now im not sure i need this patches, too ?!?
     
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    I've just applied these to my installation of 0.2.0 RC2 but they've given me issues with de-interlacing.

    Anyone have any thoughts on this? Or how to get rid of the lines caused by de-interlacing?

    Thanks
     
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    Hi,

    You can always do a System Restore to right before you applied the changes:
    Start button/Programs/Accessories/System Tools/System Restore
    Select do a system restore
    Select the date you want to restore to (doesn't affect your content: docs, mails etc. only the installation files on the PC).

    Perfect for removing bad stuff you picked up up by browsing the web :wink:

    Good luck

    Morten

    Good luck
     
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    Could some one post that lsat one. the DVB fix

    Could some one post that lsat one. the DVB fix.
    Seems you have to have Windows Genine Advantage download it.
    If you already have it, plesae post it somewhere for me. I dont have a DVB card, but my pvr-500 now and again has weird distorted picture like it describes. thanks in advance.
     
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    why don't you try going to Autopatcher and downloading the April 2006 Full package? I noticed that it included a couple of patches (including the Dxva and DVB-T patches mentioned in this thread) that otherwise required Windows Genuine Advantage to download.
     
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    I am a little bit confused.....
    Are these bugfixes related in any way to the fix at the following
    thread?

    https://forum.team-mediaportal.com/viewtopic.php?t=13996

    They both refer to the same file....Psisdecd.dll

    Am I supposed to execute them in a certain order ?

    ...I am totally lost here...

    Thanx,
    Laz.
     
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    If you need the dual patch then do it last. Otherwise just use these ones.
     
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    Thanks for your quick response. :)
    Laz.
     
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    Heavy stuttering/choppy video after applying patches

    Hi,

    I did a clean install of XP SP2 and MP0.2.0.3 and created an image of my windows partition right before I applied those patches.

    When I applied those patches I had heavy stuttering and choppy video with all codecs (MPV/MPA, NVIDIA PV trial, DScaler). When I restored the image (i. e. to a state before the patches were applied) everything went fine again.

    Is it still recommended to apply those patches or aren't they needed anymore? Or do I only need them for DVB (I use analog cable)?

    My config:
    MSI-6399/Intel 845D chipset
    768MB ram
    Asus Radeon 9550, Catalyst 6.7 (or 6.8? don't know atm. Latest one...)
    PVR-350, latest driver
    WinXP SP2, all updates


    ???,
    BartManson
     
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