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December 15th, 2010, 10:56
If you download and install the Bink player…
http://www.radgametools.com/default.htm

Then in the player, select any of the .Bik files located in the video folder. The files should play because they are 32bit .bik files and so is the player. This would mean you graphics card is capable of playing them….but they will not normally play through the Win-7-64bit system, the embedded player is 32bit.dll.

I don't think there is a Win-7- 64/32bit capable .dll file.

Maybe read the Bink FAQ to get more info'…technically there could be a way but would need some experimenting and tweeking of some files?

http://www.radgametools.com/binkfaq.htm

Good luck
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