Hi Toni, nice to see you still around.
I simply would not have said the obvious, like, "Turn the monitor upside down". Honestly, I wouldn't have said that!
I believe this is a codec issue. Have you tried GSpot codec finder, (the name really is Gspot)?
It will tell you what codecs these files need.
Having said that, Microsoft suggest turning the video acceleration down;
I hope one of those helps.
I have a spare computer that I use for editing my home videos...TV and VCR hooked up to a capture card, then I burn to a dvd. However, I recently replaced the mobo and cpu, using the same harddrive that was in the other setup without formatting the drive. Hardware all works correctly, but my video programs kept giving me error messages.
I uninstalled all the programs and codecs, reinstalled after clean reboot, and the programs are functioning correctly again EXCEPT....
After capturing the video and playing the movie back in Media Player, all movies, even ones that were on the harddrive previously, are UPSIDE DOWN. Now what? lol