That sort of file(DIVX)is designed to play only on DIVX HOME PLAYERS,with the choice of one upto eight subtitles in different languages,
by pressing the "subtitles"button on the remote control of the DIVX HOME PLAYER that you have.
If you dont have any subtitles just press "subtitles" off.
It is almost impossible to play with Window Media Player and Media Player Classic
.If DIVX PLAYER is installed on your system,then that file will play normally even if you dont have the codecs .
Simply open the file and right click on it to select the subtitles you want.
If you try that file with DIVX Windows Player and it has video but not audio,dont worry,probably one of the codecs is missing(that happens very often).
But if it doesnt have audio on your PC,that doesnt mean anything,that kind of file has been made for DIVX HOME PLAYERS and not for PC's.
If again,you have the problem mentioned above and you have the DIVX HOME PLAYER,burn the movie on a CD and from the CD it will play with audio and subtitles.
For those whoe still have their doubts I recommend that they burn the film on a RW+ RW- and then test if everything's ok.
It has been tested on 4 kinds of DIVX HOME PLAYERS and there were no problems.
There is also the possibility for those that have DIVX HOME PLAYER that do not support Greek characters that the file works properly,
once that the 4 different DIVX HOME PLAYERS were players that supported the Greek characters.