Fortunately I have several media players available, but I liked WMP's features the few times it did play recently downloaded, or newly purchased movies. Thursday, November 19, 2009 3:13 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Sorry to bud in so late in this thread, but thought maybe someone here may know the Summarizing for others, a few of the approaches I tried included: (1) running the System File Checker (SFC.exe), which found no integrity violations, (2) opening WMP first (running both the Please help!!!! http://midsolutions.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-10-big-problem.html
Is there anything I can do? K-Lite Codec Pack 2. Saturday, October 17, 2009 12:31 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote To clarify: regsvr32 wmp.dll fixed this for you... ? That seems very strange to me. Can't I just connect a usb to usb ca Windows Media Player can't play file...help More resources See also No player can play avi files since a week or so window
Restart.5. Google it =D Customer installed way too many audio programs for playback, and editing, and I am positive that the codecs got screwed up somehow. I decided to use my MiniDV camcorder to record the event and create a DVD as a memento of the occasion. Again, sorry for jumping in.
Ask ! So it seems like this is a creative driver issue. You can read my previous post about system restore and how to enable it. Your file will be converted into an MP4 file in the same directory as the original video file.
your video's aren't working because they need codecs in witch Microsoft does not supply. You can also try to run the System File Checker command in DOS, which checks all system files and replaces corrupted or deleted ones with the originals. http://www.headbands.com/gspot/ You might also look into this: http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multim...deo-Codecs/Advanced-Vista-Codec-Package.shtml http://www.jtow.net/users/triess/ MysticEyes, Oct 17, 2007 #3 Rollin' Rog Joined: Dec 9, 2000 Messages: 45,855 I'm not sure if WMP uses any special browse this site I then installed VLC, WinAmp and Zune, and they all 3 play just fine.
In this article, I'll talk about the reasons why an AVI video may fail to play and what you can do to fix the issue. Even if it would fail playing a particular type, you can easily disable that type in FFDShow's settings. It will show you audio options and you can chose the audio track from there rburb98Feb 28, 2015, 5:52 AM wolffex said: when you are in media player classic, open the I can also playback quicktime movies (not with windows media player) from that same folder.
I think they are associated with "quartz.dll" Try going to start and running: regsvr32 quartz.dll There's a good general FAQ here, part of which covers the AVI format: http://www.codecguide.com/faq.htm Rollin' name: email: comment: Question: what is the second word? Microsoft leaving some things for others to take care of. But this only worked for some time.
This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. http://midsolutions.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-problem-no-vid-no-sound.html Also, the configuration dialog consisted of a long list with mostly obscure abbreviations. You PC is propably full of registry errors and malware. I went back and played the original MP3 file that worked minutes before.
If it’s not selected, it may be the reason why your videos are not playing. It works. WMP 11 works just fine for everything eles including my MP3's. Check This Out Just fixed it.
interface. This means that an AVI file contains audio and video data streams that can be played together in sync. In order to prevent spam answer the question Reply Like ( 2 people like it) 5 Windows Media Player 11.0.5721.5145 on 10 September 2010 , reviewed by: Vadim # 140 I
This presents us with two major problems: Storage and Transmission. In order to prevent spam answer the question Reply Like ( 1 person likes it) 5 Windows Media Player 11.0.5721.5145 on 26 November 2009 , reviewed by: John Hanthingy # 130 Is that what you are trying to do? I was very suss, but it worked extremely well.Get them at http://www.free-codecs.com/K_Lite_Codec_Pack_download.htm No virus or anything yet soo im pretty sure it's all gravy....bilby, you were right.
Maybe you see the first frame of the video, but the rest is blank? um so what does this mean? Encoder: Microsoft Windows Media Player 9 (WMP9)/10 (WMP10)/11 (WMP11) Windows Media Encoder Studio Edition (WMESE) Beta 1 for Windows XP SP2 video content creation tools optimized for creating high quality offline this contact form How strange is that?
This is mainly for Windows 7 and higher users who have an AVI file that uses a different codec not supported in WMP 12. Wednesday, January 06, 2010 4:40 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote I had the same issue with an Audigy Gamer. Dan Proposed as answer by Scott Forbes Monday, November 09, 2009 1:05 PM Marked as answer by YngvarJ Thursday, November 19, 2009 7:01 AM Friday, October 30, 2009 2:47 AM Reply Note that when using HandBrake, it will convert the video into MP4 format using the H.264 codec.
This is important because the format for the audio or video stream can be different inside the AVI container. MP3 to WMA Audio Converter LE, Visualizations, Skins + Movie Maker Creativity Kit:Direct download [18.2 MB].WMP Power Toys: MPXP Tray Control, Media Library Management Wizard, Clean Up Media Library, Add New If any of them are corrupt, you may install the recommend Codec instead, or run In-place Upgrade to repair the components. had there issues, worked out the solutions.
I had tried almost everything: install/uninstall, WMP configurations, library conf., delete all... Do you know what codec you used? Thank you John name: email: comment: Question: what is the second word? You can't play all audio tracks at once, that would be like playing all different subtitle languages at once.
In order to prevent spam answer the question Reply Like 5 Windows Media Player 11.0.5721.5145 on 26 January 2009 , reviewed by: lmb # 116 Thank you Lionetti! has any1 had this problem. And I was thinking maybe I need a codec? Another solution, which has worked for some, is to use system restore to go back to a previous system state.
I have to disagree with you about FFDShow. I found this which may be helpful: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/933448/en-us You can probably try Windows Media Player related forums and see if they can help. This worked perfectly well! I assume both audio and video work fine in that case.