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1 option, start Xine via a terminal window to get some verbose output on errors. Then look at the errors and see if it's something you can easily recognize/fix if not, post the error message here so we can advise you on how to go about fixing it Better yet...
Look into mplayer instead. There is quite a bit of documentation on the program, and it does seem to be easier troubleshooting problems while using it.
>> I realize it's xine, not mplayer. I'm suggesting to use mplayer, not xine.
Oh, sorry I didn't realise.
Ok, I looked into the options and for audio driver selected I have nothing, and for video I have like Xv or something. Theres no drop down menu or anything, you need to type in the driver manually. How do I find the driver's name so I can enter it in?