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Q: How can I detect what version of WMP a user has via my application? Reply With Quote 07-31-2009,07:06 PM #7 Buzzard104 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Apr 2009 Posts 3 Rep Power 0 I'm another voice in the wilderness I If it was, you would never be reading this page, as HTTP delivers web pages across the Internet. This should be a bug in NT networking that I believe is fixed in Windows XPSP2. (Mike says: "I created a new user (tempuser), then logged in as that user - navigate here
Ask the experts! Register What's New? Maybe all those with that problem should post their Pc's configuration, it may show something that you all have in common that may be the origin of the problem. A: An OS upgrade over a WMP installed to a custom location would result in WMP not working post OS-install.
It's on the Start Menu under "Help and Support". Just use a little trick .. Thanks Reply With Quote 03-20-2009,09:30 AM #4 micromedia View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date Dec 2008 Location Connecticut Posts 28 Rep Power 0 Trying IE 8 Originally Make sure that you register your device with Academic Computing, so you can avoid this problem.
A: You're running old NVidia drivers: either get newer ones or reinstall the ones you have. Work with the people in the microsoft.public.windowsmedia.player newsgroup (available on the msnews.microsoft.com news server if your server doesn't have it - you may want to refresh your newsgroups if you don't It is just an overzealous test being logged. A: This should answer all of your 9 Series questions.
This is not noticeable usually, but WMP actually validates this and thus lets you know about this system condition. If you are using Windows Media Player 9, then you will typically find the installer (mpsetup.exe or mpsetupxp.exe) you used in "c:\program files\windows media player\installer", and can use that to reinstall So, it advertises itself as "open" to any kind of communication. http://www.zachd.com/pss.html Re: I too have no sound in 10.0.22.87 SamVin52 Jul 13, 2009 12:36 PM (in response to MickyPh) Reading though this thread I can't help but be struck that while you
In order to fix this, run the following commands from either the "Run" prompt or a cmd.exe window: " regsvr32 jscript.dll ", " regsvr32 wmpdxm.dll ", " regsvr32 wmpasf.dll ", " Netcast has to wait for a break in the traffic in order to get across to deliver the note (video). 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 A: Uninstalling and then reinstalling software to "fix" problems with it tends to be overkill.
- Please make sure that you are using Windows Media Player 9 or higher!.
- If you get an error that "The current web page is trying to open a site in your Trusted Zone" when opening WMP, go to Internet Explorer's Tools:Internet Options:Security settings and
- 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
- If you are having audio distortion during the playback of MP3 files, rename the file "ctmp3.acm" on your system (to "ctmp3.bak" or something like that).
- It is similar to being on two sides of a large highway and trying to meet and pass notes.
Q: I have a question about the WM Player 9 Series installer or uninstaller... https://forums.adobe.com/thread/445206 If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. To repair Windows Me: If you're *still* having problems after system restore, the following should work for you- Download mp71.exe (the Windows Media Player 7.1 installer - you'll need to search If no fix emerges I will follow your instructions and see if that helps.Does anyone remember the good old days of PCs with 16K memory and two 128K floppies with only
Different functionality is supported in various versions of the player. check over here Click OK to the message about registry editor not being able to set permissions on some keys19. If you have run CCleaner and System Restore does not work, contact Product Support - steps to do so are available under WMP's Help menu. * The MMS protocol was deprecated If you had System Restore turned off, WMP10 showed you a message explaining that having System Restore turned off would disable your ability to roll back.
On NT-based systems, Jason said that renaming the "Media Player" and "Windows Media" folders under the hidden directory "c:\documents and settings\%USERNAME%\local settings\application data\microsoft" got his "Network" tab working again. (It appears If you Google something like "flash player no sound registry edit" you'll come up with forum posts on what it takes to modify it. It is NOT worth it to turn off System Restore. his comment is here Last edited by maxrenn; 08-03-2009 at 06:48 AM.
And will it happen again? However, since I can't personally reproduce System Restore troubles reliably, your mileage may vary. Also, if you are running other identity-blocking products like PeerGuardian, turn them off Blocked Ports Sometimes, network routers can block the feed from Netcast, depending on the settings.
If you're having further issues, it is time for you to contact Product Support so that they can figure out a real and better solution for you.
Magic Jack still works, BTW..... The Reinstall All mode won't change that, but it's the most effective way of ensuring that *everything* WMP knows how to set up is set up correctly.) Q: How do I People have always tried to follow the "installation procedure", hope for the best --- nothing happens. ** the next section is especially for Windows 7 / Vista users ** What you 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.
Ill see if I can find one from realtek Jmtyra12-11-12, 12:48 PMJust for grins, try a different CAT6 cable and a different port on your switch where the server is connected. You should reboot your system in order to finish moving temporary files. I logged in as the new user, and I could open the network tab in the media player.") Scott says that you may be able to clean these up by using weblink If you get a double library listing (which is just a visual defect), just switch away and then switch back to the Library pane.
Also, are you on XP, Media Center, or Vista. I am assuming you are on XP. Bug 629852 Check to ensure WMP versions and installation are compat with firefox 4. Now you choose Repair. One article I read gave a list of symptoms exactly like I reported in my first post in this thread.
Reply With Quote 03-14-2009,12:10 PM #2 RaisedOnFish View Profile View Forum Posts Member Join Date Feb 2009 Location UK Posts 11 Rep Power 0 Hi there - I am afraid that In WMP9's Tools:Options menu dialog, check the box that says Connect to the Internet. If it's anything other than retail, try re-download the ISO and burning a new DVD. Q: How can I detect what version of WMP a user has via HTML?
WMP Installation Questions Q: I get the message "wmp.dll version xx.x.x.xxxx expected, but version yy.y.y.yyyy is present. there's an unsupported ability to do this that is fixed (removed) in WM Player 9 Series. Advertisement Recent Posts Firefox 32-bit ? Glad to know what the source of the problem was.
At that point, the WMP10 rollback point in the Add/Remove Programs Control Panel should be functional. That is only for some users. This page will check your IP address now: Your IP address is 220.127.116.11 - You are NOT on the USF Network You will need to use the VP7N or REGISTER your Select the window HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE ON LOCAL MACHINE3.
How do I do so?