I followed this guide:
And when i came to this part:
Quote:Section 6. guisettings.xml issue (Analog/SPDIF/HDMI)
If you've upgraded from a previous version of XBMC then problems can sometimes occur with the guisettings.xml
guissttings.xml is found in your userdata.
Location - in Windows open Run and enter %appdata% then ok this, then within explorer window that opens navigate to xbmc folder & then userdata sub folder.
i. With XBMC closed rename the guisettings.xml to something like old-guisettings.xml, doesn't matter what you rename to this to as it's only being done to keep a copy of simply reversion later.
ii. Start XBMC to create a new guisettings.xml and enter settings again.
Note - carrying this out sets all the gui entered settings back to defaults.
It fixed my problem. But now i'm stuck with a default guisettings.xml
I need to find what was wrong with the old guisettings.xml so i can fix it. Can you see it in the log ?
Before reseting guisettings.xml to default i wasn't even able to change my audio settings without crashing XBMC. And now that it is reset to default i can play the movies that were causing problems before.