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How can I make my PC play HQ movies(.mkv files)??

My mother board is D845GVSR.It has a DDR 1GB RAM with a freq-400.

I know the configuration is old.But can i make this play HQ in any way????

When I open some HQ videos the screen is gone all black and I can only hear the sound.I have no choice but to restart and then i usually get a message that my system has recovered from a serious error.

Is graphics the problem?What if I buy another RAM with some graphics shared?will it do any good?

Please give me some suggestions.Give me all informations.

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We ned to inform you that Intel considers this a mature product therefore the support we offer is only through our web site where you can find product information, troubleshooting, BIOS updates (latest and old ones) and drivers:

http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/dsktpboards/d845gvsr http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/dsktpboards/d845gvsr

As an additional detail, HQ files will not depend on the motherboard but the software you are using and Operating System resources so we recommend adding an external graphics card. It might help to read that kind of files on your system.

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Try updating or installing current codecs. shark007.net

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Better than codecs is a player that already has all of them built-in, such as VLC:

http://videolan.org http://videolan.org

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+1 on the Videolan program. I have played mkv files on my 2005 vintage Dell XPS P4 system running WinXP-Pro with 3GB of RAM and a 512MB video card. True HD however will cause some jerkiness with low framerates, but DVD level should be smooth.

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