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Topic # 94999 23-Dec-2011 17:13
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I have a very old laptop, running Windows 98, 4GB hard drive! I have downloaded some video tuts from vimeo, they have MP4 extension. Anyone know of a free player that'll run on an underpowered Win98 computer?

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  Reply # 561024 23-Dec-2011 17:13
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BTW it will not install the latest VLC.

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  Reply # 561027 23-Dec-2011 17:38
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Install an older version of VLC....

http://www.videolan.org/vlc/download-windows.html





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  Reply # 561028 23-Dec-2011 17:52
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you could try Media Player Classic , seems to play everything, i still use it

http://www.afterdawn.com/software/audio_video/media_players/media_player_classic_for_win98_me.cfm




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