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This is likely because the security privileges on the folder "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Documents\My Music" is set wrong - it needs to be writable. A: First, run the Internet Connection Wizard (Start:Run "icwconn1.exe") - especially if you have a cable or DSL connection. Just used to using Windows Media Player 10? There is no longer any CABs available for any version of Windows Media Player. http://midsolutions.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-10-rollback-problems.html

Used the Setting button under User Profiles (under the System Properties Advanced tab). If ForceOnline doesn't work, then the question is why your specified/detected connectivity settings aren't work. You will lose any patches/updates, though. Note first that you should NEVER disable System Restore if you are not the most bad-ass system jockey in the world. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=20426

Do you want to install the Player from the Microsoft Web site?" A: On Vista, you should just need to reboot. Both version 9 and version 11 can be although I have not run either one.... A: (thanks to John Cupak) The Media Guide uses IE's default language initially, and then sets a cookie indicating your language preference. Or, maybe a different player with some codecs: http://fileforum.betanews.com/detail...d/1094057842/2 01-07-2008, 01:03 PM #6 rayden54 Registered Member Join Date: Oct 2007 Posts: 24 OS: Windows 7 Quote: you did

On NT-based systems, Jason said that renaming the "Windows Media" folder under the hidden directory "c:\documents and settings\%USERNAME%\local settings\application data\microsoft" got his "Network" tab working again (these files are found at Unselect the file types you don't want WMP to be the default player for, then click apply. To fix this for Windows XP: reinstall the player. Click the left and up arrows on your keyboard until WMP comes back onscreen - it is simply offscreen at this point.

The old Radio Tuner is under WMP10's Guide button, then click Radio on that page, then Radio Tuner. Norton Internet Security and other Internet firewall/security devices can also accidentally block WMP. Note: If you have installed Windows Media Player 11 and want to roll back to version 10, see the steps in the Player 11 Release Notes so that you don't lose http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/help-downgrade-from-wmp-11-to-wmp-10.98988/ The most common non-component corruption would be MediaLibrary corruption, networking cache corruption, and DRM cache corruption (each link goes to an associated fix).

One question is what is the file version for c:\windows\system32\spupdsvc.exe - in some 0x8007f00d cases, this file should have been copied by the install, but apparently was blocked by something on If you go to View:Statistics:Advanced, you can see what your actual bandwidth is, vs what is needed. Tried installing and rollingback. A: On Vista or Windows 7: Go to the Start Menu and use the Default Programs control panel.

  • In this case, DRM won't work for you, which should be related to permissions in your HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT registry. * A general failure installing the INF.
  • Q: How do I determine what version of WMP I have?
  • Look for "Error 5" in the updspapi.log. * If your wmsetup.log contains error "0x80070057": This is "One or more arguments are invalid." Interpreting this would require a contextual analysis of the

Choose Upgrade The installer will find your existing XP installation and offer to repair it. have a peek at this web-site LinkBack Thread Tools Rate Thread Display Modes 3 Oct 2008, 10:56 PM #1 snagel Super Member Join Date: Apr 2006 Posts: 259 Trying to install version 10 Windows Media 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 In the file you may want to look for the line: Quote: MultiM=ocgen.dll,OcEntry,multimed.inf,HIDE,7 I think that is Windows Media Player.

A: Sorry, there's no way to reinstall an OS subcomponent in Vista. navigate here This eliminates access to the Media Guide and Radio Tuner from within the player. I thought I did, but it's not there. Reinstalling WMP will actually likely NOT solve this, as the catalogs for WMP will likely not be able to be installed.

If you're having networking problems, look here. Bookmarks Digg del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: 1 (0 members and 1 guests) Thread Tools Show Printable Version Display You can't install WMP9 on top of WMP10 - don't bother - you're just wasting your time. Check This Out If I upgrade to WMP 11, and try to roll it back, would it rollback to a working version or the nonworking WMP 10? 01-08-2008, 02:44 PM #7 rayden54

Note that I'd suspect that your failure here would probably again be permission based. A: For WinAMP, I'm not sure what to tell you. On all other Windows systems: Reboot your system and then run "c:\windows\inf\unregmp2.exe /UpdateWMP" to fix this.

This indicates that either the install package was corrupted or their crypto services are out of date and need to be updated via Windows Update.

My notes so far: * Best Tip: If you have "mmswitch.ax" or "neroburnplugin.dll" on your system, you should remove those - those don't work with WMP. Q: How do I get WMP 7.1 to run on NT4? Lyrics can be viewed in WMP10 using View:Captions. This is not noticeable usually, but WMP actually validates this and thus lets you know about this system condition.

A: Port 1087. Avoid codec packs. I don't want another player either. http://midsolutions.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-11-media-sharing-vista-to-xp.html Additionally, please note: If the 9 Series installer reports failure, this is likely not a critical failure.

is it some side effect of sp3? So, in a nutshell: if you are trying to fix the player, simply reinstall it over the top of itself. Give the copy a different name, such as sysoc2.inf. You can then use WMP6's View:Options:Formats dialog to reassociate files back to WMP6.

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 the offline fix just potentially works around it. WMP6 is not available upon Windows Vista or newer systems. Ran a second repair install. 15.

In order to do this, you will likely need to enter your computer's BIOS and set it to boot from CD. Then you will want to go to "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run" in regedit.exe. BSOD crashes Windows 10 satrow - 5,000 Posts Possible Infections SSL/TLS for this website Sanyo tv has no sound » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> This is not supported, though, so try not to do anything too crazy.

Windows Media Player 10 Questions A surprisingly great list of the further updates available to WMP10 is available here. Q: Why do I have to download AVI and WMVs first after installing Windows Live? I am running windows xp pro sp2. For older versions: first you must have a license to redistribute it.

I'm looking into this. don't expect it to magickally solve the problem. You *have* to rollback first. If not...

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? 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). Q: Why am I getting a "Fatal exception error OE in VxD Logger (03)"? (logger.vxd) Q: Why am I getting a blue screen playing back content from the Internet?