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I'm having a problem with Windows Media Player 10, but it's not just with WMP 10, it's also Realplayer, BSPlayer, and PowerDVD. It does this weird thing with colors, the video doesnt look like it should. I'll post a screenshot of Star Wars Episode IV as an example of what its doing. Give me a few minutes. And this just started yesterday. I'm not sure if it's something I did or not, but anyway, going to post a screenshot.

EDIT: Whoa ok this is really weird and frustrating. I want to show you what its doing, but I took a screenshot and the screenshot looks totally normal! I have no idea why it's happening. I just dont understand it.

Double EDIT: Pain my file is not corrupted. You would have to say that every single video on my computer is corrupted and I know for a fact that they arent. It would also mean that the FXScript video that I downloaded from ESForces would be corrupt as well, which I know for a fact isnt.
 
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Maybe your file is corrupted. I'd say that's probably it.
 
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It does this weird thing with colors, the video doesnt look like it should
Is your video acceleration cranked up to full?
 
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Tools --> Options --> Performance Tab --> Video Acceleration
 
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Sounds to me like a Codec problem, Try the klmcodec, im sure it will solve this
 
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Do you use an nVidia card with drivers 77.72?
 

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