Media Player Acting Weird
Posts: 2,613 Clan: [Wise] Game: # 16vilm Sep 7 2006, 17:23 PM k, i gues i'l then use videolan, but... Here is how I understand it at the current time: Any part of Windows from a Service to the Window Manager to the shell to Windows Media Player could be be I just had a new track load and there was no busy wait pointer at all with the focus here in Firefox. In fact, I never get this cursor jumping at all. http://nanextechnologies.com/media-player/media-player-7-0.html
This limits the root directory on a hard disk drive to 16K: 32 sectors x 512 bytes per sector = 16,384 bytes, or 16K. Oh, and all videos have an IE icon next to them instead of the WMP icon and no matter how we try to change it (tried the default settings in control The other two updates that could cause Media Player trouble are: "Update Rollup 2" for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 and a fix intended to enable DirectX Video Acceleration of Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links HOME THEATER Beginners, General Questions Home Theater Projects New Member Introductions MEDIA Blu-ray & UHD DVD TV on DVD and Blu-ray Streaming
good luck t bone, Dec 19, 2007 #2 golddust Thread Starter Joined: Jan 2, 2005 Messages: 2,239 Tried the system restore and so far it seems to be working ok. it displays some certain video's, in verry weird colors.i can't make a screenshot, because that doesn't seem to work with video's.it isn't realy a problem, when watching video's, cus i use Since I have relatively few programs running at startup, I took a stab at a couple.
Way more than I even know to look at honestly. Until yesterday. All rights reserved. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-media-player-acting-strange.663197/ I managed to resolve the problem by updating my divx codecs.
Great for movies with black bars. Stay logged in Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Sign up Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. golddust, Dec 19, 2007 #1 t bone Joined: Jul 1, 2004 Messages: 1,200 you might try a system restore to a time before he downloaded whatever he did. Note: Those are just guesses, I have no clue as WMP has always done bizarre things without any information from Microsoft as to why.
The plan was to clean them up here and add them back into the music library a couple of folders at a time as I made progress. Do you know what the WUDFHost.exe is doing 3. I have always sort of wondered why anyone would use WMP for a music player. It seems to do the job, but why spend the overhead for a randomized graphic display?
It shows millions of hits on how to use the Organize=>Manage Libraries=>Music option. http://nanextechnologies.com/media-player/media-player-7-1.html I know that sometimes WMP wants to "adopt" a USB device. Loading... I wanted to use it for the tutorials to make the pointer more visible, but than I found out that the capture program disregards the settings anyhow (e.g.
That sounds normal to me. Security by Joris Evers March 10, 2006 9:27 AM PST If you've noticed your Windows Media Player acting strange, Microsoft has an explanation. Is it totally safe to install/uninstall these days? http://nanextechnologies.com/media-player/media-player.html Is it possible that it is caused by some interaction with a specific program installed on my systems As I said, this is not a real problem and we need not
Posts: 2,613 Clan: [Wise] Game: # 10vilm Sep 1 2006, 21:05 PM omg omg omgdobermann, u fucked up my pc lol. Disabling it in WMP, QuickTime and RealPlayer are far harder to do as they seem to bury the setting deep in their configuration menus. To this end, I dragged some big discographies out of D:\Users\User1\Music and put them in a different folder (D:\Users\User1\Downloads\MusicTemp).
I recently built my new computer and made the switch to Win8.1.
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jd, thanks for the analysis. I thought it must be something that runs with my startups. You guys are so far over my head that all I can see is your contrails. get redirected here The issues only arise when playing content from servers that are configured to use a feature called Advanced Fast Start, a Microsoft representative said Thursday.