Asus V7100 and problem watching video

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I have just bought a Asus V7100 with tv-out.
It just works fine exept that I have to run it at AGP 1X and that when I tries to watch any videoclips in any other size then 100% the image starts to flicker.
With flicker I mean that every 2:nd frame is normal and the rest frames is squeezed to about 25% of the size.
The image just jump normal squeezed normal squeezed.
But if I turn of the hardwareacceleration so can I whatch the clips in any size I want, but then the quality is no good then.

I have tried the card in 3 diferent computers and with win2000 win98se and winME with no results.

I have tried all possible drivers. The latest, beta, the one that folows with the card, detonator 3. No results.

The card has IRQ 9.
And there is no conflicts with any other hardware.

Is the card broken???
Need help!!!

My system:

Abit BX6 (440BX chipset)
P2 300MHz
128 Mb RAM
Soundblaster AWE 64
Realtech (network adapter)
15" AST monitor
 
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Just a thought, but are you using the Asus DVD 2000 decoder? When you say video clips, do you mean DVD's? If so, then you have a pretty slow processor to be using decoding software instead of a hardware decoder. If I'm confused and you didn't mean dvd's, then ignore.

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No, When I say video clips I mean *.avi *.mpg and so on.
Not DVD
 

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