My problem was fixed by using previouly working v52.16. If I still haven't been able to dissuade you from uninstalling first, the Uninstall Steps are mentioned in the player's release notes, and also covered in the questions above this one. There is a general focus herein on Windows Media Player 9-12. No im no computer genius.. navigate here
If you're still getting connection attempts with WMP9, get this update. Note also that all command lines are case-sensitive.] As an alternative, you may be better off using Windows XP's cool System Restore functionality. To fix this, you will need to correct the security permissions for %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Documents\My Music . You may need to enable Captions using WMP's Tools:Options:Security's "Show local captions when present". http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/my-computer-and-wmp-both-crash-when-accessing-mpeg-files-100508.html
If you're having further issues, it is time for you to contact Product Support so that they can figure out a real and better solution for you. If you are using Windows Media Player 9, then you will typically find the installer (mpsetup.exe or mpsetupxp.exe) you used in "c:\program files\windows media player\installer", and can use that to reinstall a bad general practice. I'm not sure what happened in the past week, but all of a sudden if I open up a folder using My Documents or My Computer that contains any MPEG video
need help please.. 07-19-2010 12:04 PMBoris123 Feedback I have a new computer and rightnow I am using my old one because I need to get a new video card for the Uninstalling the Windows Media Player: 1. Go to IE's Tools:Internet Options:Programs menu dialog and click the "Reset Web Settings..." button. (You can uncheck the "Also Reset Home Page" option on the pop-up dialog). RMoraglia, May 11, 2006 #5 Couriant James Trusted Advisor Joined: Mar 26, 2002 Messages: 31,600 well I doubt it since one player managed to play it.
And in answer to your other question: Quote: Audio Video Interleaved (also Audio Video Interleave), known by its initials AVI, is a multimedia container format introduced by Microsoft in November 1992 Reinstall the v10 player if you install the v9 codec pack by mistake. I had problems with Windows Media Player not playing standard DVDs, I uninstalled codec pack(s) I had, now running comfortably with the codecs that came with Windows 7. #8 Pauli, Oct This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.
You'll get WMID Album Art for the file if you use "Find Album Info" on the track within the library. To post a message, join us or sign in.Windows Explorer crashing with MPG files Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by bleron, Mar 22, 2009. If you're using WMP10, you would need to run "regsvr32.exe l3codeca.acm". How do I install Windows Media Player 11 or Zune?
Couriant, May 11, 2006 #4 RMoraglia Thread Starter Joined: May 11, 2006 Messages: 4 Yep, I actually ran my Norton virus scan last night. https://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?41686-Video-files-cause-windows-explorer-to-crash Contact technical support. Certain web pages force you to use WMP6 in them. EDIT: I was able to remove this problem twice by removing recent windows updates.
A: If you're seeing this while using Internet Connection Sharing, upgrade to Windows XP SP1. check over here If you have the pirated software "Nimo" or "Tsunami" installed, you are likely crashing. "Nimo" and "Tsunami" are TERRIBLE packages and should be removed. If Netscape is set as your primary browser, that can bamboozle WMP7/WMP8's connection sniffing code. Looking around on web help forums, many users are experiencing Video and 3D crashes beginning in early August. 08-30-2010 02:24 PMJeff_ray3 Feedback I have a problem not exactly like that but
Q: Why do I get the error "UNREGMP2.EXE file is linked to missing export ADVAPI32.DLL:SetNamedSecurityInfoW" when trying to install the player? These settings persist between installs: once you've made changes here, WMP will no longer take the association unless you ask it to. (This dialog is at Tools:Options:Formats in older versions of Turn them off if you want to burn with WMP. * Archaic MS visualizations are not supported. * If your remote content viewer doesn't see WMP's shared library, remove and readd his comment is here Choose which file types you want WMP to be the default player for, then click apply.
You need to switch to Remote Administration Mode to install software. If you want them back in that list, right-click on the playlist selection drop down list and select the options you want. After a clean OS install, everything functions fine.
So I've switched to AIMP, thanks for the help! :) Louis Giliberto September 25, 2012 at 8:14 am The first thing I would do is make sure I have the most I believe Dell/Sigmatel do have a driver update here that should fix you up. Q: How do I get WMP 7.1 to run on Win95? flower king September 23, 2012 at 7:14 pm Windows media player is a generic media player that comes with Windows.
No matter what file i'm playing my computer will freeze. If for some reason you don't have your Windows XP CD (?!?), you need to get a Windows XP CD. On all other Windows systems: Reboot your system and then run "c:\windows\inf\unregmp2.exe /UpdateWMP" to fix this. weblink I just installed again.
Is that when the crash happens, when it tries to preview the video file? Any idea what could be going on here?