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That tally will show up in the chrome briefly. I have scrolled through "Add/Remove" and see nothing there that says "Codec" or some such. Since they've corrupted WMP, uninstalling them won't even fix it. To fix this, you will need to correct the security permissions for %ALLUSERSPROFILE%\Documents\My Music .

A: Go to Tools:Options:Performance and manually specify your connection speed. Posts 2,391 Ok have you tried uninstalling wmp10 then downloading a fresh installer then run the installer? Thanks in advance \"All men by nature desire knowledge\" - Aristotle Reply With Quote August 7th, 2007,02:03 AM #2 dalek View Profile View Forum Posts The ******* Shadow Join Date Sep Regardless, get and run the (free) LavaSoft AdAware anti-spyware software (or SpyBot anti-spy software, or the dedicated CoolWebSearch/iedll.exe killer program), which will clean up iedll.exe.

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If this does fix you up, check with your sound card vendor - they should not be having this problem. Q: Why do I get the error message "This version of Windows Media Technologies is incompatible with this version of Windows" when I try to install Media Player? A: See the official write-up. Check: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer\Setup, "InstallResult" after setup.

  1. It's probably easiest to go to WMP's Tools:Options:File Types menu dialog.
  2. I use a .bat file for deleting everything in SeaMonkey; I use ATFCleaner all the time; I also use Smart Cleaner and other programs to clear the Cache, Trash, Cookies, Temp
  3. if it's from a folder then check to see if it's using the correct folder and if there are actually files inside that folder?
  4. It may be possible to install Windows XP SP1 in Full Install mode from a Windows XP SP1 CD and that should replace the Windows Media Player 9 Series with Windows
  5. After much hair pulling (mine) and searching the Google, I gave up and just pasted the error message into the Search Bar and found the problem as to why I wasn't
  6. If you wish to avoid this reboot, log out and back in previous to installing.
  7. You should reboot your system in order to finish moving files.
  8. If this has the data value pointing to wmplayer.exe, delete this registry value.
  9. If this still does not fix your problem, find "wmploc.dll" on your system, rename that (to "wmploc.bak" or something similar), and then again reinstall WMP in Reinstall All mode.

jpChris, #3 2010/12/01 Evan Omo Computer Support Technician Staff Joined: 2006/09/10 Messages: 7,474 Likes Received: 467 Trophy Points: 1,093 Location: Walnut Creek, California, United States Computer Experience: Intermediate+ Your Welcome. This is not a business advertising forum, all member profiles with business advertising will be banned, all their posts removed. Windows Media Player reports "The source filter for this file could not be loaded" This has been a very hot issue this week! Windows Media Player Download In WMP's case, downloading the WMP installer and running the WMP7 (or newer) install on *top* of an existing install and choosing Reinstall All is the single best trouble-shooting method for

If you are not comfortable doing this, contact product support to help walk you through this. Windows Media Player Not Working You will lose any patches/updates, though. Note that WMP9 automatically enters Reinstall All mode when you install it on top of itself, so it doesn't expose the Reinstall All button any more. (The problem with uninstalling/reinstalling WMP https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/problem-with-wmp-10-203293/ A nice list of further updates can be found here.

Another option is to move the "plugins" folder" inside the "browser" folder, located inside the Firefox installation directory. Q: How do I install WMP10 (or newer) in unattended mode? The WMP11 installer should be able to handle this without you having to worry about it. A: If you still have the Windows Media Format 11 runtime listed in the system's Add/Remove Programs control panel, this behavior is by design.

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Winamp is not up for the job, so it doesn't start. http://www.help2go.com/forum/computer-help/90500-mpeg-problem-wmp10.html What happens is when you click the link, your browser tries to call up winamp to handle the stream. Windows Media Player Work Offline If your system includes the standard WMP plugin, make sure that it is the updated version of this file. Windows Media Player Update If you get a double library listing (which is just a visual defect), just switch away and then switch back to the Library pane.

If you're building a playlist in the rightmost library pane, you may need to push Stop in order to get the time to show up. * To start the player in Do you want to install the Player from the Microsoft Web site?" A: On Vista, you should just need to reboot. A: Certain files can be in use by the shell which thus require WMP to reboot. Hilfe in Deutsch, . Windows Media Player For Windows 7

thanks, Eric M. For other users, you would need to look at the setup log files to determine why update.exe is failing. * If your wmsetup.log contains error "0x8007f0da": This is "Error: Setup could HTTP is the protocol that your computer uses to browse the Internet. I rebooted and WMP was fine.

This problem occurs mostly with dial-up connections, as they do not have the speed to recover as gracefully. If you're a user locked into skin mode - a tweaking program called "Fresh UI" can lock you into skin mode using the Policy setting sometimes, so be aware of that. Unselect the file types you don't want WMP to be the default player for, then click apply.

You should be able to solve this through a reinstall of Windows, although running "sfc /scannow" may get you working for the short term (?

The Napster icon shows up because the MSNMusic service (which used to show a butterfly there) was shut down (more information here). Last edited: 2010/12/10 jpChris, #5 2010/12/10 Evan Omo Computer Support Technician Staff Joined: 2006/09/10 Messages: 7,474 Likes Received: 467 Trophy Points: 1,093 Location: Walnut Creek, California, United States Computer Experience: Intermediate+ This article describes how to get the Windows Media Player plugin working on Windows operating systems. A: Download WMP for the language of your choice and choose Reinstall All mode, installing it on top of your existing install.

You can't install WMP9 on top of WMP10 - don't bother - you're just wasting your time. B: Select "Windows Media Player 10" in order to rollback. What process returned this error? * If your wmsetup.log contains error "0xc00d2afa": This is "The requested operation failed. Last edited: 2010/12/19 jpChris, #20 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Share This Page Tweet Log