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Q: Windows Media Player giving me memory problems

Hi! Everytime I try to play a sound in Win Media Player 10, I get a message that my memory is low....this happens when I am online so I sign off and it still continues. I installed Version 11 when I got that message, so I reverted back to V. 10, but it's still the same thing.

I am running XP Pro, with 1 gig of memory. I would think that memory is sufficent, wouldn't you? I have never gotten memory low messages before, this just started a few days ago. I can see having a problem when online but not offline. Would appreciate any help. TIA

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I had the version bfore it and it ran fin then i dl the series 9 and i can't even open the program......it says a internall application error has occured..how do i fix it?....and get it completely off my hard drive so i can re download it?.........

I am also Running Windows XP

A:Window MEdia Player 9 giving me trouble

You can't uninstall it. I had media player 7 - it was perfect.
WMP 9 does not work well in my computer either but there is no way to uninstall it. Damm microsoft.

Run Media Player 9 setup again. It will give you an option to repair your current installation

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I want to stream music from my PC to my xbox 360 so I did what my xbox 360 told me to and went to http://www.xbox.com/en-US/pcsetup and followed the directions downloading zune. After I downloaded it the Zune media player acts like my computer has no connection with the classic "page cannot be displayed" and "your computer is not connected" messages. I've made sure that it was on windows firewall's exception list and it was. Also I added several other zune applications to the exception list. I'm positive I have a connection as I can use internet explorer. How might I fix this and what may be the problem?

A:Zune media player giving me trouble

Ok, problem fixed, I had to uninstall zune and all media player related things in add-remove program. I also uninstalled windows media connect. I then installed Windows Media Player 11 which comes with a built in windows media connect.Then I had to download and install a driver for my multimedia audio controller to get the sound working again (possibly because I uninstalled a codec pack). I went to library (in Windows Media Player 11) and clicked media sharing and didn't see my Xbox 360 so I when to advanced settings and checked automaticaly allow new devices (or something similar) and went to my Xbox 360 and attempted to connect. I was so happy when It found my computer. I went back to my computer and my xbox 360 was on the list and allowed.
Also I followed these steps but I don't know if it is what made it work or not:
1. At a command prompt, run: "regsvr32 %windir%system32rsaenh.dll"
2. Reboot
3. Attempt to connect to Xbox 360

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Can anyone tell me why out of no-where when i use windows media player it uses all my ram memory. And even when I close the program, it still runs in the background and still uses all my memory. I have to press CTRL+ALT+DELETE to close the program manually.
I have windows xp, dont recall adding any other program lately.
I have scan my computer with
Free Registry Cleaner
Avg 7.5
Any none of these seem to find anything wrong.
Please help.

A:Windows Media Player 10 using all my ram memory

Download and run VLC Media Player. WMP is bloated and even sends personal information back to Microsoft when you run it.

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Can anyone help me out, everytime I use windows media player i uses all my ram memory and I even notice that it still runs in the backround when I exist the program. And it only acts up when I listen to music not when I see videos. Please help. Any ideas anyone?

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I have been having a problem playing anything on my computer for a while. Every time I try it just tells me that it has "ran out of memory".

A:windows media player not enough memory

how much memory do u have, please gives us some more info.

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I get this message everytime windows media player starts up.
As far as I can tell it runs fine if I move the box outta the way.


A:Windows Media Player 11 Memory could not be read.

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i'm using windows media player 10
since a while windows media player got real slow.
i checked at the list with the processes how much memory it did use.
it's usually around 300-600 mb, is this even possible for windows media player?? the cpu usage of it is at 92-96%. when opening a song it get's even worse.
i tried scanning for virusses or spyware, didn't have any, no weird things either in the hijackthis log.
anyone have any idea what can be wrong with it?
btw reinstalling doesn't work.

A:memory leak in windows media player??

Hi nocturna99

Try Process Explorer to double-check your background processes http://www.sysinternals.com/Utilitie...sExplorer.html
And AutoRuns to double-check your Startup processes
And Rootkit Revealer to try & detect if a rootkit is involved

If the change is recent enough, you can always try a System Restore, to a restore point from before the trouble started.

If you haven't visited Windows Update recently, make sure to try that, too - as there might be a recent patch that helps your situation.

Best of luck
. . . Gary

[P.S... . let us know if you find a rootkit present - and would like strategies for recovery]

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Well, I'm not sure what to do here. Up until a few days ago I was sharing my media with all computers on my network on my wireless router.

Now when I log into windows and open WMP 11 it says that I am no longer sharing media, would you like to turn on sharing? So I say yes and confirm to share my media to all devices on my network, mainly my PS3.

I uninstalled it and reinstalled it (well it actually just reverted back). I also checked to make sure that Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service is set to automatic in Admin tools. And also checked windows firewall that it allows the service.

So I am at a loss here, I don't know how to get my media sharing capabilites back. I know its not my PS3, as I am sharing media from my laptop right now. Any suggestions?

Thanks High

A:Solved: Windows Media Player 11 Media Sharing Problems

Sonnyboy quote:
PS3 and Vista Sharing Sorted
Found it. Disabled IPSEC Services and rebooted my router and hey presto media sharing in vista with PS3. Although I had disabled this before and restarted my computer I had not rebooted the router (ie turned it off and on again). This was the important thing on my set up and I missed it.

Funny thing is IPSEC Services do not have to be disabled in XP.

Hope this helps someone.

This actually worked for my Windows XP, I am now able to share, but is this a safe thing to have turned off?

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Well i recently had to reinstall XP (didn't crash we had other reasons)(We had visual problems) well after reinstalling XP I downloaded Firefox and a 2 other programs... Well i was going to Youtube.com and it gave me errors saying to downloaded the newest version of Flash Media Player...no problem right? So i did on firefox... well i reboot my computer and try again to play Youtube videos... Well this time it works but after 2 seconds the video stops. Thinking that youtube was just down i tried 7 different sites... none worked. All of them stomped at 2 seconds it freezes again... Thinking it was flash i tryed some of tried some Flash Games.... those worked fine

Well i tried to uninstall Windows Media Player and reinstall it but of course it will only let me Downgrade so i tryed downgrading from 11 but it still doesnt work. Anyone have any ideas? If you have any questions or suggestions post them below and i will get reply (tommorow) with my results

Anything helps!

(BTW... It doesnt work on ie either, but yet once again the Flash Games work...)

A:Flash Player Problems? Or Windows Media PLayer?

When you reinstalled everything...did you also reinstall your motherboard drivers that come on the cd?

If not, could you post ypur mobo and chipset details here please..


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Hi windows media player 11 starts normally memory use at about 38 then starts to jump random amounts until it climbs up to 250 to 300+ and playback stutters . When media player is closed wmp.exe does not terminate until end process is used via task manager . That is it basically. All updates installed and working . XP pro sp3 on Dell dimension 9120 . Can you help please?
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Professional, Service Pack 3, 32 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz, x86 Family 6 Model 15 Stepping 11
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 2045 Mb
Graphics Card: 256MB ATI Radeon X1300PRO, 256 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 305156 MB, Free - 23330 MB;
Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0CT017
Antivirus: Microsoft Security Essentials, Updated: Yes, On-Demand Scanner: Enabled

A:Windows media player 11 using vast amount of memory and cpu

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I have Windows 7 64 bit here.
Windows Media Player has been behaving very badly and I'm desperate for help.
I want to uninstall the damn appliation but cant' even see a way to do so in
Uninstall programs.

Here is what it is doing now. right now in taskmanger wmplayer32 is eating up nearly
2 gigabytes of RAM. My system has 4 installed. 78 percent of my total RAM is consumed by Win 7 due to media center.
CPU usage goes totally ape and swaps to 100 percent on one core and 50 percent
and higher overall with both cores.

I can get control of my pc which as you can imagine slows to a crawl, by opening
task manager and attempting to kill the damn windows media center and player process's.

THis usually terminates the problem and I get the RAM back and CPU averages the normal few percent.
However if I open media center again to say watch TV it goes ape**** again.

I've never been a fan of MS Media center and of course always used VLC and the ilk to watch vids. However when I migrated to Windows 7 the media center crap was more or less forced on me.

If I can find a fix I'll keep it but if not I'm far more inclined to totally remove
all of MS MEdia center from Win 7 if at all possilbe. IT is a nightmare sytem hog and
a poorly behaved app.
Course that comes back to my first statement I CAN"T FIND A WAY TO REMOVE THE GD MEDIA CENTER.


A:Windows Media Player EXTREME CPU and Memory consumption

Go to Start > Run, and type optionalfeatures

Expand the Multimedia section an uninstall it here.

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I've been having this issue for quite awhile now. The issue i'm having is when trying to watch embedded video in either Firefox, or Internet explorer. About 50% of the time I attempt to watch a video, both Firefox, and Internet Explorer will crash. This isn't the only problem I have with it. Not only will the browser crash, but when I try to CTRL+ALT+DEL to shut the process down it will not let me. The system CPU usage for both programs skyrockets to 50 of the 100%. The other 50 is being used by the System Idle Process. Normal windows usage for me is 98-99% System Idle Process. When the browser crashes and I attempt to close it, I am unable to, Windows task manager will not close both Firefox and Internet Explorer. On top of this, I am not able to even restart my computer through the start menu, I am forced to use the power button on the front of my machine, which I hate doing. If anyone has any comments/suggesstions I would really appreciate it.

IE 6.0.2900.2180
Windows Media
Windows XP SP2

A:Embedded windows media player 10 crash/memory usage [Firefox/IE]


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I recently enrolled in online classes for Everest University. I ran the browser test and this is what came up...

Welcome to the browser test!

It is our goal to make your online learning experience the best it can be. One way we can achieve this goal is to ensure that certain essential tools are available when you access your online courses. This test will review the components of your Internet browser, and will provide any necessary instructions for making the most of your browser's functionality and your online experience.
As you take the browser test, please keep in mind that this campus is optimized to work in a Microsoft Windows© environment. What does that mean? It means that our courses work best if you are using a Windows operating system (XP or newer) and a recent version of Microsoft Internet Explorer (6.0 or 7.0).
In addition to supporting the Windows operating system, we also support the Macintosh operating system and Safari browser. Your courses will work in Macintosh OS X along with a recent version of Safari 2.0 or better.
Along with Internet Explorer and Safari, we also support the Firefox browser (2.0) on both Windows and Mac operating systems.

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A:Flash Player Giving Me Problems...

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When I insert an SD memory card into my Toshiba Equim A100 laptop computer to playback my video clips recorded from a Sanyo C5 camcorder it fails to open the video MP4files and issues me with an error message COOD 1199, condition ID=0x00000000, stating that the files or codec is not supported by windows. It will open the still pictures though. I have downloaded the latest version of Media Player and the Xvid codec without success. Please help!!!!!

A:windows media player fails to read video files from SD memory card

Have you tried copying them to your hard drive and then playing with either VLC media player or Quicktime?

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I'm a newcomer to these forums, and I saw similar problems were getting help, so I thought I'd try this out for myself. I wasn't sure where exactly to post this; it primarily deals with audio and gaming performance problems, but I feel it is directly related to the general Operating System, so I decided to post here.

I've been having this weird glitch for a while, probably started sometime last year, I don't remember when, but I do remember that I couldn't really figure out what to do about it. Whenever there is audio, its a bit glitchy whenever something else goes on. For example, if I run iTunes and click play on a song, it sounds for the most part perfect and fine. Then, if I scroll down in my browser, it makes a short, slight static-y noise that screws with the playback for every time I press the down arrow-key or notch the scroll-wheel. If an animated AD pops up, everytime it does something it makes a super short static-y noise and screws with the playback of the song. This for some reason occurs in Youtube videos when played fullscreen too. Frankly, this sucks arse.

What's worse is it totally affects the performance of my games. I'm on an oc'd core duo, with 2gigs of ram, and a Geforce 8800GTS. When I try to run, say, the 2004 game Rome: Total War on high(which should have NO problems) the frame-rate is about 4 or 6 frames a second on the campaign map, and when I click a unit the speech is a bit garbled due to a ton of stat... Read more

A:Audio glitching is giving me media and performance problems.

hi your driver shows as 2007 this is i think the latest http://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/winvista_x86_182.08_whql_uk.html also try if the sound is on full reducing it a little

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I've been having problems with my windows media player lately..i virus scanned and I havent had any viruses.. Well the problem is that everytime i click a video that would open WMP11 instead it goes to the screen saying "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" like im not connected to the internet. I can although "Save as" the video and play it of my hard drive. I dont want to do a full sytem restore so is there any way to Reinstall WMP11 from MS. The only install ive seen is for XP so it doesnt help me since im on 32-bit vista...Any1 know what the problem is or what i can do to get my Media player working again

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Hi there.. ever since i was forced to do a system restore a couple of days ago (long story), windows media player has started to freeze and skip during playback of any video files... i've downloaded DivX player and everything plays fine so i'm sure this is not a hardware fault. no i need to install some new drivers or something? i'm running vista. can anyone help because although it's not essential, it is very annoying!

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I'm having no luck listening to on line radio stations that require the use of Windows Media Player 10 (I'm using XP Pro-service pack 2). I get the message "the source filter for this file could not be loaded".

Windows Media Player works fine playing files on my computer, like wave or mp3 files, just not streaming radio stations. Stations that allow the use of Real Player works fiine. Any ideas?

A:Windows Media Player 10 problems

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i left my computer on all night and the next morning i had to shut off by pushing the button, the screen was frozen. and when i restrted later a dialog box said the system restored itself to a previous version or restored something and now im back to a year ago on alot of my tray icons and things i have gotten rid of, my registration keys are all erased and my media player cannot open it says internal application error has occured. i ran hijack this and want to know if there is any way someone can tell me if they see anything on the log that should not be deleted or repaired
thank youLogfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 2:49:32 PM, on 12/26/05
Platform: Windows 98 SE (Win9x 4.10.2222A)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v5.50 SP1 (5.50.4134.0600)

Running processes:
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A:WINDOWS 98 se /media player 9 problems

Hi and welcome to TSG,
I will post back with instructions shortly.

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My Media Player will not work anymore, i have tryed installing and re-installing it. i have even treid installiing media player 11 but the same error report comes up...it says

"An unexpected error has occured. Setup was not able to detect any Windows Media Updates.Please try again later."

Is there anyway i can fix this?


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I have a Compaq Presario V3000 laptop running Windows Vista Home Basic.

Sometimes, when I play certain songs on Windows Media Player, the sound suddenly fizzles out near the beginning of the song and comes back near the end of the song. Now, I am certain that there's nothing wrong with the music files themselves, because they play without any problems on VLC Media Player.

Has anyone had similar problems? If so, have you been able to fix it?

P.S.: I'm a Last.FM user, and their scrobbling software isn't compatible with VLC Media Player, so I need to use Windows Media Player.

A:Problems with Windows Media Player 11

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Whenever I click the link to open an online radio station windows media
player within internet explorer just says Ready - it doesn't even begin to
buffer and doesn't play at all. Has anyone else experienced this recently?


A:Windows Media Player problems


Rename the "Windows Media" folder in this directory to "Windows Media.OLD":

"C:\Users\{Your User Name}\AppData\Local\Microsoft\"

Does this fix the issue?


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WMP 11 has serious problems on my vista.'

First, when i doubleclick the icon, it wont open, i HAVE to right click and 'run as admin' to open it.

Second, it wont play audio CDs (only VLC and iTunes will)

Third, it wont play ANY Media files, no mp3, no AVI, no WMV

I had a .WMV file and tried playing it on my VLC but it was just a black screen too

Any suggestions to fix my WMP?

A:Windows Media Player Problems

Download WMP 11 form microsoft again.. When you finish installing it. A file option will tell you which files you want to open with WMP11...

But to me it sounds as if your codecs are corrupted.. Install these codecs http://www.k-litecodecpack.com/ they ae very good and it comes with a diagnostic tool to check for damaged codecs

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Hi, recently my windows media player has been having some problems. It is fine when it is playing in the background, and when it is down in mini player mode on the taskbar it is also fine untill you try and restore it when it stops, freezes and a message box with

"Windows Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience."

Even if i am not using windows explorer this happens. Also, If i click where it says "for more information click here" I get this information, if it is of any use

AppName: explorer.exe AppVer: 6.0.2900.2180 ModName: wmp.dll
ModVer: 11.0.5721.5145 Offset: 0009962b

When I click on close in the error message, the taskbar dissapears for about 10 seconds and the computer freezes and then starts working again normally.

Any suggestions?

A:Windows Media Player 11 problems

WMP11 is the problem. try reinstalling it. or just rollback to 10

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every time i try to play a cd a message comes up saying "windows media player cannot play the file because there is a problem with the sound device"

the sound device is working fine. i went in the device manager and it said it was working properly.
can anyone help me with this.
thanks for any help..

A:problems with windows media player

In the past when Windows Media Player is having soma sort of glitch I was able to solve the problem by downloading it again over the other copy, you might try. You can download it here.

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Recently I have been having problems with Windows Media Player within my web brower. When I use WMP to play a video from my hard disk I have no problems, yet if I try and view a video embedded in a web page it will not play. However, the odd site that uses a quicktime format presents no problems. When I use Mozilla I get an "illegal operation" error and am forced to close my browser. When using IE the video simply does not play.

I am running Win98SE with windows media player 9. I have Mozilla 1.7 and IE 6.
I have tried reinstalling WMP and installing codecs but to no avail. I also made sure ZoneAlarm was allowing the player to access the internet but that was not the problem either. Any help will be greatly appreciated.

A:Windows Media Player problems

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Hello. I have Windows XP Media Center Edition and everytime I start up Windows Media Player, the whole thing does not show up. I'm missing some of the buttons and the whole top toolbar. I've upgraded to Windows Media Player 11 and it doesn't help at all. Any light you could shead on my problem would be greatly apprieated.

A:Windows Media Player problems

I don`t know if this is what`s happening, but here goes.

Launch WMP and place you mouse pointer where the toolbar would normally be. Does it now show up? If so, you can make it permanently show by doing the following.

Click view/full mode options/show menu bar.

Regards Howard

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Hello everyone,

Recently, my computer was in standby and when it came back on, my wireless wasn't working. I figured it wasn't a big deal so I restarted my computer, but it never turned on...it went in a loop from the booting to a flash of the blue error screen after the windows xp logo had stayed on for awhile. After the blue screen, it went back to the boot menu, giving me options now of starting with last known good config, safe mode, etc. However, none of those modes worked, and I ended up doing a system restore. Once I got it up and running I did a chkdsk and it found bad sectors. For the chkdsk, I had the boxes checked to automatically fix file system errors and scan for and attempt for recovery of bad sectors.
It's running and I thought everything was fine. Now, my AOL instant messenger will not load, nor will my windows media player. I have uninstalled and reinstalled both programs, but neither are working still. I just had my computer fixed one month ago and it has been running great, up until this happened. I'm confused as to why it even happened and would just like to have a working computer! If anyone could help me, it would be greatly appreciated!! I am contacting the man who fixed my computer, but he is back at home, and I'm away at school. So, if I am at all able to fix it with your help, I would appreciate it.

Thanks for your help in advance!

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When I click on the icon / .exe file nothing loads

I've tried:
Loading from task manager - didn't work

Uninstalling - can't find an uninstall file in the program folder, and can't find the program in the list of programs on the uninstall part of the control panel.

Just plain deleting the program folder or the .exe file - the computer says I 'don't have permisson'

Downloading a version off the microsoft website - the version on my computer is a newer version than any of the ones on that site.

I'm running Vista 32 bit home edition, and WMP11

Can anyone help?

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Ok, so here is the deal. I have a few .avi movie files on my computer. I was using Nero to try and burn them to CD but nero kept crashing, no errors or anything just closing down. So i decided to DL and try a few other programs. I tried DVD Santa, WinAVI, and another one. None of these worked either so I deleted them off my PC. Now for some reason I can not play the .avi movie files in Windows Media Player anymore. I downloaded DivX player to make sure the files would still play somewhere and they do play in there. I went to add/remove programs - add/remove windows components - and removed windows media player and then redownloaded and installed it, and the files still wont play. Also, if i have the folder that these files are located in with the web view i get an error from explorer.exe and it closes the folder. When i disable the web view it doesnt do that, but i can only play the videos in my other player. When i try to open them in windows media player it says "Microsoft Windows Media Player has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience." I also have .avi movie files in a different folder, with web view enabled, and i dont get the explorer.exe error, but i also cant play those either. Any ideas what the heck it going on and what i can do to fix it?

I almost forgot to mention that i have some .mpg files from my digicam that open and play just fine in windows media player.

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How do i uninstall windows media player, i am desperate to find out as it seems to be corrupted, i would like to uninstall delete all music files then i can start again, please help i love my music and i just need to start from scratch. Why is there no uninstall option for this in windows 7

A:windows media player problems

You can't remove it. Go to control panel-programs and features-Turn Windows features on or off-then click the + sign next to media features and uncheck the box-Windows Media Player...You cant really uninstall it but maybe toggling this and rebooting the computer might fix it so turn it off click ok and reboot then turn it back on and reboot and see if that fixes the problem if not, you may want to to do a repair install you can find that in the tutorial section if the problem persists...let us know what happens...

Windows Features - Turn On or Off

Repair Install

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Im using Windows vista home premium and im having problems with the media player. whenever i download a song it doesnt show up in the song library. I've tried everything I can think of and nothings working.


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I am running windows 7 and I use the windows media player. Just recently, after a restore, I can convert files to mp3 and save them in media player and they play back fine. When I try to burn them, all of the files give an error saying that media player doesn't know what size the files are. I went into control panel and then troubleshooting and it said my media player was corrupt. I deleted every file in my media player and did the media player restore, and it stills says it is corrupt. How do I completely uninstall windows media player and then re-install it. Windows media player is not showing up on the list of programs to uninstall on windows uninstall list, ccleaner uninstall list, or revo uninstaller list. Or is there another solution without using a different player.

A:Windows 7 Media Player problems

Windows Media Player is part of the OS = Operating System, therefore you cannot uninstall it.
I think you need to roll it back to WMP 11 & go from there. Hopefully somebody else in here can help. Good luck.

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Good morning everybody,

I am having problems with my Vista @ work.

Windows media player opens itself and pops up constantly putting itself in front of all programs running.

If i minimize WMP then it pops up again.

At first I though maybe something was jammed on my keyboard or my macros set to my mouse but its neither.

It's also wierd because i cannot find it in my uninstall list.

This problem is beggining to be a headache, and I called our tech guy to come fix the problem but he is clueless on this problem.

Any help that anybody could give me would be greatly appreciated !!!


A:Windows Media Player Problems

Go into "Services" and set it to manual or disabled.

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Hi, i'm on XP and my windows media player won't play this video file I was given, all it does is play the audio.. it said i needed to get a codec.. the warning goes... The XVID codec is required to play this file. To determine if this codec is available to download from the Web, click Web Help. then when i click it the page doesnt show up. Anyway please help and if you are explaining stuff im a complete novice so dumb it down a bit for me k?

A:windows media player problems!!

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Hey folks

Vincepaco here - new to Vista forums

Why does my WMP 11 refuse to recognize two cd's at once to rip - and then take FOREVER!

xp was tons faster

Most likely this has been answered by many - but i would like some help

I have vista home premium 64 bit - Dell Brand
Pentium dual-core processor e5200 @ 2.50 ghz

A:Windows Media Player - rip cd problems

i suppose you could always just rip one at a time, what are you in a rush for?

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Originally Posted by Geekgirl

Open WMP, select Tools/Options/File Types, what is checked? Try hitting the select all tab to reset.

Navigate to C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386 and copy wmploc.dll to C:\Windows\System32. Now open WMP and try it.

I am kind of knew to this stuff so can you help but take it slow i have the same problem and i understand the first part about (Tools...) but i dont understand the second part (Navigate to C:\Windows\ServicePackFiles\i386 and copy wmploc.dll to C:\Windows\System32. Now open WMP and try it.[/QUOTE])

Please help!

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Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2
Scan saved at 18:54:48, on 04/08/2009
Platform: Windows XP SP3 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v8.00 (8.00.6001.18702)
Boot mode: Normal
Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MsMpEng.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\EPSON\EBAPI\eEBSVC.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\EPSON\EBAPI\eEBAgent.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\EPSON\EBAPI\SAgent2.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\jqs.exe
C:\Program Files\Microsoft\Search Enhancement Pack\SeaPort\SeaPort.exe
C:\Program Files\Yahoo!\SoftwareUpdate\YahooAUService.exe
C:\Program Files\Windows Defender\MSASCui.exe
C:\Program Files\Adobe\Reader 9.0\Reader\Reader_sl.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre6\bin\jusched.exe
C:\Program Files\3 Mobile\3 Mobile Broadband\3 Mobile Broadband.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
C:\Program Files\Internet Explorer\iexplore.exe
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A:windows media player 11 problems

cheers 4 help

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hey,when i try 2 play my windows media player,this pops-up
an internal application error had occurred,

then i click ok,then it don't work,

someone help,

any help will work

A:Windows Media Player,problems

Uninstall media player in add/remove programs, reboot and reinstall it.

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When I play video files in WMP such as game and film trailers, they look fine when there in 50-100% size but when in 200% or full-screen mode they look crappy and blurred. Does anyone know how to make the videos look good when in 200% or full-screen mode please?

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I am browsing thru a site called Allmusic.com which allows you to listen to samples of songs. When I click on the music sample icon, Media player automatically opens. A couple of times it actually worked where the music sample downloaded and played successfully, but most of the time, an error window pops up "Media Player cannot find the specified file." I've tried correcting the problem thru Allmusic's troubleshooting guide but was unsuccessful...any suggestions?

A:Problems with Windows Media Player

If you are on dial-up, it could be a time-out issue. IF ur on broadband i would say the web site is messed-up. many sites like that. Try CDNOW.com ... see if yu have the same problem.

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Some program took my Media player hostage. Heres my HTL:
Can you help me?

Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1
Scan saved at 4:45:55 PM, on 10/19/2006
Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600)
MSIE: Internet Explorer v6.00 SP2 (6.00.2900.2180)

Running processes:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccSetMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccEvtMgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\DefWatch.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\VS7Debug\mdm.exe
C:\Program Files\Symantec AntiVirus\Rtvscan.exe
C:\Program Files\Synaptics\SynTP\SynTPLpr.exe
C:\Program Files\Synaptics\SynTP\SynTPEnh.exe
C:\Program Files\Dell\AccessDirect\dadapp.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Works Shared\WkUFind.exe
C:\Program Files\Dell\AccessDirect\DadTray.exe
C:\Program Files\HP\hpcoretech\hpcmpmgr.exe
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Symantec Shared\ccApp.exe
C:\Program Files\HP\HP Software Update\HPWuSchd2.exe
C:\Program Files\X3watch\x3watch.exe
C:\Program Files\iTunes\iTunesHelper.exe
C:\Program Files\QuickTime\qttask.exe
C:\Program Files\Java\jre1.5.0_0... Read more

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I have many problems with this piece of software.

First of all, it does not load my library. I have vista so when i put music into my "my music" folder, i would have thought it would load this music automatically, and when i try to do it manually it does not add the music to the library.

Second, it does not let me use the setup file in the program folders because i have a "newer version" and so on.

Third, i cannot uninstall and reinstall because it does not appear on any the lists of my installed programs.

Anyone have a solution?

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We had a problem with our cd driver we have that back up but it will not run properly. Here are some things it is doing:

it will tell us to insert a blank cd - even after we do that already

also, when we insert a cd-rw (with music already on it) it will only play the cd, not giving us the option to erase the disc and record something else - this was not a problem before

What can we do to straighten the music up?

A:Windows Media Player Problems

Your post doesn't really make much sense because you have WMP as the title but you are talking about backing up?

Also if you have 2 CD-RW drives, you will need to make sure that the CD is going into the drive that is designated as the CD burner.

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I dont know if this is the right forum to ask this. But I had a great playlist in an old laptop in the Windows Media Player. But my new MP3 player isn't compatible with the older version of the Windows Media Player, I don't think, as it doesn't recognize it. So I wanted to transfer the playlist to a newer computer that does recognize my new MP3 player. But when I do that the new Windows Media Player doesn't "see" the new playlist I just transferred over. arggggggggg. Is there any way I can get my old playlist on my new MP3? Thanx Guys

A:Windows Media Player Problems

what type of mp3 player is it, maker model#

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