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But Any other file format like Wav and Mpeg vidoes seems to work perfectly well. I'm hoping to find a fix before I send this in to the Mfg for repair. Similar Threads Just got Uverse IPTV, can't get MC to complete TV signal setup Guest, Jun 11, 2009, in forum: Windows Media Center Replies: 0 Views: 623 Guest Jun 11, 2009 I know that when you play music in Media Center on the PC it actually is using Media Player so I tried to play the same music in there and got navigate here

All the appropriate boxes > are marked in the preferences/options, etc. When I realized I did not want this program, I deleted it. Another is a learnkey learning disk. View Solution.

I know it's a simple question, but I was wondering where WMP actually stores the audio files (mp3s) you add to its library? stormhammer, Jun 8, 2001 #4 Vanden Thread Starter Joined: Jun 6, 2001 Messages: 3 I understand what you were meaning, but it still didn't work. When I go back to the page, the directory info I had just put in is gone. http://zachd.com/pss/pss.html#autoplay -- Thanks!

To enable all network protocols On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Network tab. I'm hoping to find a fix before I send this in to the Mfg for repair. I try to edit it in Windows Movie Maker, but it won't import it! Help files say to click on Sync in MP11 and select Storage Disc but this option is not in my pull down menu.

Thanks! Thanks for any help Tom Answer:Windows Media Player 12 - Can't Set Location for Ripped Files Check these : http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-pictures/windows-media-player-12-rip-music-settings-not/7e95e3a0-6a01-42d1-942c-e543a542eb04 http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/f56cebd1-b0d5-4a29-933a-a13df417ebce/the-settings-for-ripping-music-could-not-be-applied?forum=w7itpromedia Arnav Sharma | Facebook | Twitter Please remember to click if a marked post does not actually answer your question. Did a system restore and everything is working fine, except MediaPlayer or any other related softwares like RealPlayer.

Even videos from my university that I used to play everyday don't work anymore.. WMP will play EVERYTHING else on my computer from .wav to DVD's to anything off any website on the internet. Do i need to download a codec or something?running XP prothanks in advance Answer:Windows Media Player 11 sound only on .avi files 6 more replies Relevance 64.78% Question: Windows Media Player If you typed a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) in the Open URL dialog box, verify that the file name is spelled correctly and that the path to the file is correct,

It was working fine as I was able to burn a cd from my music files but now no longer works at all. http://winassist.org/thread/1504007/Media-Player-lockup-doesn-t-recognize-cda.php http://sourceforge.net/projects/mp4cam2avi/ Lossless means the video and audio streams are not modified (they're just repackaged into a different container, in this case AVI). My OS is WinXP with SP2. I just use the "Play" button on the CD-ROM to play Audio CDs.

Thank you very much in advance, Gabriel. http://martop.net/media-player/media-player-7-1.html My post a couple of days ago didn't get one answer. If you clicked a link on a Web page, the link might not be valid. I believe I have tried all these possible solutions.

Is there a way to make Windows Media Libraries other than the basic ones of Music, Videos, Pictures, Recorded TV and Other Media and to get them to appear in Windows My computer is "hard wired" to the network hub. However the .ASF videos just won't play properly, the videos stop and start every second with huge gaps in between each frame. his comment is here Thanks.

Please try the request again. and what do you mean by "doesn't recognize " ?? Thanks....NORM "Mike Poz [MSFT]" wrote: > Norm, > > Sounds like you have Auto Insert Notification disabled in Windows. > > Please go here for information on how to check if

I tried playing Mp3 files in Real player& Winamp, it works perfectly well.

no1 would answer to any thread.. Have you tried playing the video in the Library view?edit: I think I found something of a workaround but maybe its not entirely what you want. The sound is fine but since the video is choppy, the words dont go together with the video. Or is there a way to change back to the old way?

There is a category labeled "Other Libraries" in Windows Media Player but it only seems to list other media programs like my Rhapsody account when I am playing it. Please go here for information on how to check if it's disabled and rectify it if it is. I have downloaded and installed Napster software on my PC and the tracks play through that player just fine. http://martop.net/media-player/media-player-9-0.html Answer:How can I add .MP4 files to my Windows Media Player Library?

I see near the bottom it refers to "sib1.od2.com" when I highlight any file and I do not remember seeing this before - I'm not a regular user of WMP but When I navigate from the start menu (Start-Computer-Music-Mr.Conrad), only 4 of the 12 albums are displayed. Answer:Windows Media Player files 7 more replies Relevance 65.6% Question: Windows media player - wmv files Hi,With windows media player if i download a wmv file to my harddrive and then As a workaround I have set up WMP to run minimized at start-up.

I researched and along with the advice given here I obliterated that crazy avscan super pro trojan virus. Also, I can't even select burn media, it is grayed out. Read more Answer:XP Media Player won't recognize Audio Tracks Hello Duga, sorry you're having problems. Windows XP recognizes my HDs as "G" and my DVDRW drives as "E" and "F", respectively.

This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. I do get audio, but the video is all hyper-colored like looking at scrambled porn. I have to state that sometimes I get the message: "The file.... Can anyone give me an idea what to tweak?

When manually adjusting the size of the window and then closing the application and opening a new video, the "now playing" window goes back to being tiny. OS: Vista 32 bit Answer:Windows Media Player doesn't open media files on double click What are the filetypes for those Video files?

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