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It doesn't matter if I open up the DLed video in real player, Windows Media player or Generic DIVX player #458973: it still comes out all scrambled and in crazy moon-man It played but now Media Player won't run on web sites, particularly the Nasa homepage (it used to ). It sends the signal straight to the soundcard. for audio and CD's. > > > > In addition, when trying to play audio CD's with RP, the RP player does > > nothing; however, it will also play anything http://nanextechnologies.com/media-player/media-player-7-0.html

Thanks in advance. Otherwise nothing appears under the Media Player Library category "Other Libraries". Does anybody know what I can do to increase it's very small size?Has anybody else noticed that with Windows Media Player in W2K? It seems like the drives aren't bein initialized or something unless one of these apps is launched.

It should start adding the files, but the add files page just goes away without adding anything. there is a page here Media Player c00d11b1 | PC Error Repair that describes the problem and offers several methods of curing it. Guys I really need help \= Anyone of you got any idea what would cause that? 7 more replies Relevance 64.78% Question: How do i play .avi files on Windows

Answer:Windows Media Player - Hide Files? 8 more replies Relevance 64.78% Question: Can You Email Windows Media Player Files? Then HijackThis and post the report. 4 more replies Relevance 72.57% Question: Windows media player doesn't recognize my wireless internet connection So, media player will not let anything stream through.. When I go to web for more info, the error code C00D11B1 is reported with some resolutions suggested. The proxy server settings for the Player are not configured properly.

If you have a solution, please post or e-mail to : [emailprotected] Vanden, Jun 6, 2001 #1 Sponsor stormhammer Joined: Jun 6, 2001 Messages: 16 Media Player for some That sounds like a very nice system that you're running there! For some reason media player12 is not working. As a workaround I have set up WMP to run minimized at start-up.

NO clue as to why it stopped recognizing CDA's. Answer:Windows XP File Explorer won't recognize CD-ROM or DVD discs w/o Win Media Player Sounds like a virus run a good up-to-date virus checker if you can? Similar Threads - Media Player lockup Solved Remove windows Media Player dano_61, Feb 6, 2017, in forum: Multimedia Replies: 23 Views: 676 dano_61 Feb 10, 2017 at 1:59 PM Windows Media Please go here for information on how to check if it's disabled and rectify it if it is.

Thanks....NORM "Mike Poz [MSFT]" wrote: > Norm, > > Sounds like you have Auto Insert Notification disabled in Windows. > > Please go here for information on how to check if Media Player works. Pls find a solution to the problem I tried scanning for spywares,still no point... Thanks in advance.

What do I need to download to fix this problem? this page how do i erase all the list without loosing the files? First I checked for errors on the C drive to see if a file or something was corrupt. I've noticed a couple of applications won't work, and get the error 'media player is not installed'.

So I just can't add items. Your cache administrator is webmaster. Feel free to test and report your results. (the article was for MOV, but it also works with MP4) http://www.techsupportforum.com/f159...ue-439638.html 1 more replies Relevance 64.78% Question: Windows Media Player won't play get redirected here Thanks for any help Tom Answer:Windows Media Player 12 - Can't Set Location for Ripped Files Check these : http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-pictures/windows-media-player-12-rip-music-settings-not/7e95e3a0-6a01-42d1-942c-e543a542eb04 http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/f56cebd1-b0d5-4a29-933a-a13df417ebce/the-settings-for-ripping-music-could-not-be-applied?forum=w7itpromedia Arnav Sharma | Facebook | Twitter Please remember to click

I've tried all suggestions on the support pages, including Windows Media Player does not want to rip any of my CD's, "Open File Location" not working WMP 12 and Turning I'm not a computer guy so can you please explain in English? I've also tried restoring to a date prior to downloading V10 of WMP which did not change anything.Any help would be gratefully received.

But when I try playing it on Windows Media again, the all the clips are very choppy.

Use VLC or one of a zillion other packages instead. 0 more replies Relevance 64.78% Question: Windows Media Player duplicate files ok heres what happened:I had two hard drives, was copying The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Do you get a specific error message and if you do, what is it? 3 more replies Relevance 64.78% Question: windows media player cannot play .avi files im running windows media I've installed about every codec and plugin under the sun.

for audio and CD's. > > > > In addition, when trying to play audio CD's with RP, the RP player does > > nothing; however, it will also play anything Did a system restore and everything is working fine, except MediaPlayer or any other related softwares like RealPlayer. I have no idea on how to resolve this. http://nanextechnologies.com/media-player/media-player-7-1.html Media player creates a database of these files which is basically a series of shortcuts to the files which it holds in one file.

Isn't there a way to remove this as well? All files remain selected. Answer:Cannot played .avi files on Windows Media Player Download and save Norton Removal Tool (norton_removal_tool.exe), then close all open windows first, then run the tool.If all goes well, it should find It always gives me that "Error ID = 0xC00D1199, Condition ID = 0x00000000".

Both OS Systems are both Windows 8.1Other formats like .mts and etc.. Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum. I believe DVDs are region specific.My father-in-law has a PC so I was wondering if there is anyway I could convert a DVD that would run on my player into Windows