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Divx Web Player 1.5 stuck in loading loop

Windows XP Home
Firefox Portable 3.6.16
Divx Web Player 1.5
Greasemonkey 0.9.8
ICE QUICK STREAM 4.0

After installing divx webplayer 1.5 I copied the following files into the firefox portable plugins folder

SKIN folder

libdivx.dll
npdivx32.dll
npdivx.tlb
npdivx.xpt
ssldivx.dll

This setup was working fine up until Id say about 6 months ago. And then when I click on a source it loads the Divx web player and shows me the play button ,but then it just keeps reloading the divx web player in a continuous loop, so I have to disable greasemonkey and manually go to the megaupload link and download it and watch it with VLC

heres a video of the problem

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3GXDoecriv4

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Your Realplayer Post

Your realplayer post was accidentally removed while removing the 5 other posts that pointed to it. My apologies for that. Please simply create a new post as a new thread to share the information. Resurrecting 2 year dead threads makes things messy around here.

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NO OFFENSE

If its frowned upon to reply to old posts,why dont you disable the reply feature after a certain time frame?

Otherwise how can I notify the people following those posts without having to individually email everyone?

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No Notifications / No Expire Ability

There were no notifications in the forums back then, so none of those users will get an email about the new post anyway. Drupal (our content management system) provides no ability to expire threads after say a year of inactivity and close them. There are addon modules that add this functionality, but they don't work right. We tried one before and ended up locking in-use threads as it doesn't base inactivity/age on comments, merely the thread start date.

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Well sorry ,I didnt know

Well sorry ,I didnt know anything about how your forum software works.Perhaps you should post a sticky

All I wanted to do was share my tutorials and solve problems

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