I have a trouble that is bugging me for about a year, since I have installed WinXP Media Center Edition.
From time to time a strange pixelation appears on any video I watch, no matter what video codec that video uses. You can see sample on screens.
I have noticed that Windows itself and even photos are displayed fine, no pixelation, so its not a matter of graphic card drivers. Itís definitely a matter of files that are affecting the way video films are displayed.
Countless times I have tried solutions like: reinstalling video drivers, reinstalling kodec pack (I use K-Lite Codec Pack, latest version, and itís a good one), system files checking, system cleanup and nothing ever worked.
The only thing that solved the issue always, was doing a windows repair. But a Windows repair takes me 40 min or more, so I am tired of doing that all the time.
I am in despair hopping there is a fix for that problem, and may be someone had problems like that and found a solution.
Iíd deeply appreciate a solution that is less bugging than a windows repair. And of course I donít want to reinstall windows for some serious reasons.
Thanks a lot in advance anyone that will help.