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Please try the request again. MP4 to AVI Gaming Videos solved Asus B150 pro gamer/ aura MoBo Acting Strange on first boot solved Black screen with audio when playing .mp4 videos (The video portion doesn't play) I managed to resolve the problem by updating my divx codecs. jd, thanks for the analysis.

Observation: Whenever I start music with the WMP, the cursor accompanied by an hour glass is wildly hopping up and down by about 2 millimeters. Why is that? I never use the randomized graphic display. verclsid.exe is also run by explorer.exe too.

Updating some codecs (divx or otherwise) may help. Why is that? I have had WinAmp for years on several different machines and it has always worked unobtrusively and effectively. Is that at least something you guys see too?

When I disabled WinPatrol (which I kept running for watching the file associations), the cursor stopped jumping when running WMP. These situations can occur after installing one of three updates, Microsoft said. I'm fully updated and using the most recent Nvidia drivers. Maybe there was something in the past regarding that stick.

The hour glass is flickering even when I open the WMP and do not play anything. I assume that there are technical reasons for this, such as what you folks in this forum are mentioning. Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top jd2066 Posts: 3814 This post has been reported. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-media-player-acting-strange.663197/ This limits the root directory on a hard disk drive to 16K: 32 sectors x 512 bytes per sector = 16,384 bytes, or 16K.

I always turn them all off to avoid conflicts and the performance drain of so many programs watching the File Assosiations and then writing the File Associations they each want. Maybe it's both. On occasion I also use VLC. Based on your explanations I had another suspect - a large USB drive that I have permanently mounted.

Does anyone have any idea why this is happening or what I can do to fix it all back up? http://www.gamereplays.org/community/index.php?showtopic=132165 Tony Bensley replied Feb 13, 2017 at 12:49 PM What's your Internet Speed... http://codecguide.com/download_kl.htm I recommend the full version, and during installation just pick defaults for everything until your done. To fix the player issues, Microsoft suggests changes on the system that's streaming the content.

Loading... Home Theater Beginners, General Questions Home Theater Projects New Member Introductions Media Blu-ray and UHD DVD TV on DVD and Blu-ray Streaming and Digital Media Entertainment Movies TV Shows Music Gaming I don't know of anything Process Related named TID, were you intending to refer to the Process Identifer (PID)? Since I have relatively few programs running at startup, I took a stab at a couple.

Earlier versions of Windows used to be like this. The DPC's run at about 6% of CPU time where usually they are below 1%. This is exactly the kind of thing I was trying to avoid. http://magicnewspaper.com/media-player/windows-media-player-how-to-play-media-without-any-skin-and-floating-media-controls.html The updates can cause issues when trying to seek, fast rewind or fast forward in Windows Media Player 10, Microsoft said.

When loading WMP attempts to find portable devices like a Zune so it talks with the UMDF which uses verclsid.exe to check something about the device it finds. 2. Note: Those are just guesses, I have no clue as WMP has always done bizarre things without any information from Microsoft as to why. Several months ago, Windows Music Player took over the task for some reason, and it just doesn't do the job.

When in regular view (default when player opens) voices and picture are in sync.

I could very well be wrong on this though as I haven't looked into how the mouse code actully functions deep enough but from experiance that is the only thing I Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top 1 2 Next » Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies. Our Supporters Recent Replies Traveling To UK, Via... It should only take seconds to buffer an entire song into memory with a typical MP3.

Posts: 2,613 Clan: [Wise] Game: # 16vilm Sep 7 2006, 17:23 PM k, i gues i'l then use videolan, but... It's funny though, that it does the same on my German system (where I use this stick the same way). It was your point #1 that put me on that track. http://magicnewspaper.com/media-player/viewing-media-player-10-files-on-ce-media-player-9.html when I made a black pointer, it still recorded the standard white pointer).

Winamp is the easiest to turn off as you can chose to not even install it's daemon when Winamp is installed. One of the most anticipated pieces of AR tech supposedly leaked and, a statement from Tim Cook suggests Apple might also get in on the AR game. Microsoft late Wednesday e-mailed notices alerting customers to the support page. It appears it also does something to verify drivers as WUDFHost.exe is the user mode driver framework (UMDF).

Quatermass II replied Feb 13, 2017 at 11:50 AM Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. - The... Do you observe a similar WMP behavior on your system 5. Share your voice 0 comments Tags Security More stories Vizio to pay $2.2 million for tracking your shows Get a lifetime VPN Unlimited subscription for $29.99 Trump eases Russia sanctions to My conclusion (without conviction): When the WMP is started, it builds up either a temporary file or feeds the paging file with the music data.

But I still have a nerveous hour glass next to it - for a couple of minutes. Very good. I can't find anything to solve this exact situation. Style Default Style Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Copyright © TechGuy, Inc.

It's on the Threads tab of the Process Properties. ScottW, this is interesting - because this happens to me on both my desktop here (an HP) and my desktop in Germany (a Dell).