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Download and install the programm here: 2.Using the main interface the files are to be added to the program: 3.The user then needs to make sure that from the right column Monday, November 09, 2009 1:04 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Bingo. The 64bit Media Player plays back all MP3s so I've resorted to using that currently, but it means I can't play FLAC files etc. Rather than playing around with the missing codecs (which can be quite messy), I suggest you use the VLC player - http://filehippo.com/download_vlc/ - that plays nearly anything. http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/windows-media-player-cannot-play-mp3

I get a prompt saying I was missing some framework from Service Pack 1(?) and that I needed an update before the download could continue. If no update is available the following screen will appear: Download codec for windows media player It is also one of the most important processes the case regarding which has also Really appreciate any help in advance! The time now is 01:14.

BTW, I disabled audio enhancements but left it at 5.1 channel sound and it appears to be working ok. The case that would be discussed is taken from the URL http://www.howtogeek.com/forum/topic/windows-media-player-cannot-play-mp3 and it is fairly simple. Note: It's more advised to check a free media player with intrinsic codec pack, before you install the Windows Media Player MP3 Codec. I've also attempted removing ID3 headers as the Microsoft help page suggested to no avail.

Thanks to your answer I just replaced 2.0 for 5.1 in the codec pack configuration and everything is going well right now. Wednesday, October 21, 2009 9:46 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Dumb question: does that trick (regsvr32 wmp) work still?  If it does, that seems to indicate that All Rights Reserved. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/584e73b8-7a4b-4e39-b2cc-51bbda1875a9/windows-media-player-will-not-play-regular-codecs-such-as-mp3-wmv-and-avi?forum=w7itpromedia Sad, but true.

I then have to go to the task manager to stop it. I believe that this should sort out your issues. Tuesday, November 08, 2011 3:33 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote GSpot is very old and hasn't been updated in years so it can't tell you much about Dan ------------------------------------------------------------- Hi, WHERE and HOW do I find and change "playback devices" -> configure -> then change from 5.1 to stereo.

Would really appreciate any help. https://www.5kplayer.com/video-music-player/windows-media-player-mp3.htm This is a older realtek onboard soundcard but thanks for the heads up. If so, I suspect that the encoder when you produced the media files were from QuickTime or Nokia Music Manager. I'm not sure I understand what do you mean?

Then I tried FixWin, used the WindowsMedia Player does not start... his comment is here Tips: 1. When I play other video files that have ac3 or aac, the sound is works. I'll change the link in the post also.

Didn't delete anything. Other things that remained installedwas divX (from www.divx.com), Xvid (XviD-1.2.2-07062009.exe) and VLC. The new media player got hold of all media files in my new Libraries, and was able to play almost every file I got, more than Vista used to, including regular http://midsolutions.org/windows-media/windows-media-player-11-media-sharing-vista-to-xp.html I hate walking away from an issue knowing I haven't resolved it, but merely circumvented it.

Also, the configuration dialog consisted of a long list with mostly obscure abbreviations. Then after the programs are removed there is no proper decoder to play these files. I am stumped on this issue.

At the command prompt, type regsvr32 wmp.dll, and then click OK.

Now the Media Player plays all the files the way it should. nothing. WMV, MP3, FLAC, MPEG, WAV, AVI, etc. OS windows 8.1 Quote Windows Media Player won't playback certain MP3s C00D11B1 « Previous Thread | Next Thread » Forum Windows 8 Forums Software and Apps Windows Media Player won't playback

I'll post this again. Click "Yes" to continue, and click OK to quit. Windows Media Player 12 has a codec pack installed to make sure that users are pacified and the external download of Windows Media Player MP3 codec pack is never required, so navigate here The following Information might help you troubleshoot the Issue.

The problem started when I installed AC3Filter. 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 Why has this function stopped?