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Logga in och gör din röst hörd. Logga in om du vill rapportera olämpligt innehåll. Q: I need to uninstall and then reinstall WMP (or newer) in order to fix an issue... You will lose any patches/updates, though. useful reference

When I try to play it, it freezes up tight along with my computer. If it's a different error, you would need to post your full setup log. * If your wmsetup.log contains error "0x80070003": This is "The system cannot find the path specified." Interpreting If not... August 24, 2010 Will It didn't fix my problem.

I've tried downloading it again, transfering working files from another computer, the suggestions above and still nothing works. Suggestions? In that file, any actual install errors should be preceded by "ERROR: ". To do this, follow these steps: 1.

type exit and press enter.Your error with WMP 11 should now be fixed. Published 08/19/10 SHOW ARCHIVED READER COMMENTS (7) Comments (7) August 19, 2010 Doctor yeah that's cool and all but my WIndows Features is BLANK so How do I fix it >.< Unselect the file types you don't want WMP to be the default player for, then click apply. Q: How can I detect what version of WMP a user has via my application?

The WMP11 installer should be able to handle this without you having to worry about it. If you're still getting connection attempts with WMP9, get this update. 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 WMP10 is still showing up at that point, you need to either use the System Restore point that WMP10 setup first created (if available) or again work on the reinstall/rollback

Step 3: Turn Windows Media Player Back On Head back into Windows Features on or off, and check the box again. Albums/Artists no longer show up in the playlist selection drop down in order to improve performance. If that does not fix the problem, you must find what install is running on your system, finish that, and THEN run the player install. * If your wmsetup.log contains error Logga in Transkription Statistik 58 visningar 0 Gillar du videoklippet?

A: Uninstall DivX 3.x (which is warez, btw) and run the install again.

No loss in settings, programs or data. 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 Avoid codec packs.

I tried uninstalling, reinstalling and using a registry cleaner, but it still won't open. see here It claims folders have already been deleted though it gives no indication of what. WMP 11 has so many issues that it is useless to use it.I'd highly suggest these following programsMusic burning, riping, playing - Media Monkey You can get it at the link A: On Vista or Windows 7: Go to the Start Menu and use the Default Programs control panel.

I highly recommend Vista users at least install Vista Service Pack 1, which has numerous multimedia improvements. by topcat_77 / June 16, 2008 12:19 AM PDT In reply to: Windows Media Player 11 won't open - Solution I've had this problem for months and this has finally sorted That will take you to the Repair Console and you don't want to be there. this page My notes so far: * Best Tip: If you have "" or "neroburnplugin.dll" on your system, you should remove those - those don't work with WMP.

If you're seeing this while using the Internet Connection Firewall, then ... Stäng Läs mer View this message in English Du tittar på YouTube på Svenska. Philippe Allaire 179 923 visningar 2:03 Windows Media Player 11 Help - Längd: 3:13.

Q: Why does WMP not show up when I run it?

Suggestions? If the player says you cannot reinstall it, DON'T. Windows Media Player 11 Questions Windows Media Player 11 (build 11.0.5721.5145 for Windows XP SP2, 11.0.6002.18005 for Vista SP2) is available now. Q: I'm getting the error "Object doesn't support this property or method" (or "res://wmploc.dll/Offline_MediaGuide.htm") when trying to view the Media Guide.

If the value is 0xD2AF8 (NS_S_REBOOT_RECOMMENDED), then that means that either some further file clean-up will appear on reboot (no need to account for) or that a device driver has been This is not a solitation. You should be able to solve this through a reinstall of Windows, although running "sfc /scannow" may get you working for the short term (? Get More Info Stäng Läs mer View this message in English Du tittar på YouTube på Svenska.

Reboot, then go back to OptionalFeatures and turn WMP back on. For some reason, half of your networking should be pointing to the current profile (c:\documents and settings\user.blah) and half to the old profile (c:\documents and settings\user). Please allow me to suggest that you should try VLC media player.Regards Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Revert back to WMP 10. You must restart your system and then should be able to install.

My suspicion here without seeing your machine or knowing your logs would be that the permissions on HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\MediaPlayer have been reset. Q: How do I repair WMP8 on Windows XP? With the WMP10 installer, at this time I am aware of three potential classes of errors. * A failure installing just the playlist files. Make sure your DirectX, video card, and audio card drivers are up to date either via Windows Update or your card manufacturer's web site.

First uninstall your windows media player 11 and download "windows registry repair pro" or something like that from and clean your registry.Again install windows media player 11 and trying running


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