i am using windows media player 9 series. recently i put xp service pack 2 to my system. now my windows media player is not working.
when i try to open any file it says " windows media player does not play the file. the file may be corrupt or the file format does not support by media player”.
but that file works fine in winamp and other player.
can anybody help me to find the solution for this problem. i already tried uninstall and install and i tried installing codecs too. it doesn’t help me. please help me
-Thanks for your help
hi,i had reload my computer recently, and install a media player back to my system,but everytime i try ripping cd and burn it an error shows up like,media player cannot open either the sound driver is not working or it is been used by anoter program.please help me and tell me what can i do to fix this problem.thank u for ur help.geeta
Please help me,
Following problems with XP I attempted System restore. When this didn’t cure the problem I undid the restoration. However, when this was done I found that Windows Media Player had not been brought back.
In my program file I have a Windows Media exe file, but this does not open
I’ve downloaded Version 9 from the net, but when attempting to instal from the zipfile I get the message 'Extracting file failed. It is most likely caused by low memory (low disk space for swapping file) or corrupted Cabinet file'
Is there a way to cure this without re-installing XP from scratch, and losing a great deal of work/downloaded programs.
Many thanks in anticipation of a cure!