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If you wish to avoid this reboot, log out and back in previous to installing. If that's not the source of the error, then you need to get your system up to date at Windows Update and then reinstall. * If your wmsetup.log contains error "0x800b0100": SatelliteTVforPC 2007 does not do this anymore, but that doesn't really help you if you had installed SatelliteTVforPC 2006, sorry. =\ * Vista-only: If you have an Intel 945/946/965 express chipset, If you don't care about Media Center, though... *shrug* Q: How do I trouble-shoot a v10 or earlier player install error? check my blog

I plan to write a automated installation file soon. Otherwise, don't use the Media Guide since it uses Scripting...). Again, wmplayer.exe should be functional if you run it directly. A: The core installer log file for WMP11 is %windir%\wmsetup.log .

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You must first uninstall the Windows Media Format 11 runtime before you can install Windows Media Player 10. If you update to their recent build, you should be okay. Windows Media Player 9 is virtually identical aestetics wise to that of Windows XP's version 8, however there have been refinments to both the code, the layout, the look and most To visit his Vista Gadget blog, go to www.innovatewithgadgets.com.

A: The Windows directory location is incorrect. The Service Pack will also allow users to uninstall Microsoft Internet Explorers front end, Windows Messenger (Currently removable via the sysoc process) and several other previously embedded utilities. This is something only time will tell, however, if Real Networks get their media player onto a Microsoft Operating system CD ever again, Microsoft can say good by to me as Norton Internet Security and other Internet firewall/security devices can also accidentally block WMP.

WMP 7.1 Setup error Prompt Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Hakan, Jun 21, 2002. You' Sign In Shopping Cart ComponentOne Studio Products Products Back Desktop WinForms WPF UWP LightSwitch ActiveX Web HTML5/JavaScript ASP.NET MVC LightSwitch Silverlight ASP.NET Web Forms Mobile Xamarin iOS Android UWP Enterprise A: The Windows Live Photo Gallery installer was broken (until 8/2009) and was fixed in their current release. The current public version is 12.0.7601.17514 .

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Or hover the mouse over the "Now Doing" region, which is the region above the playlist. 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. Windows Media Player Not Working However, that won't work if you've pirated the FhG codec: doing so will pretty much leave you broken and out of luck. Windows Media Player For Windows 7 If you're having CD burning problems, see here.

If you rename that file, the install will likely work. http://upxpress.net/windows-media/wmp-11-error-message-c00d1199.php If you are getting a class not registered error during playback of some AVI files, this likely means that you have an old broken version of the DivX codec. Ben joined Microsoft in 2005, and is now Principal Video Strategist for Microsoft's Silverlight platform.Bibliographic informationTitleCompression for Great Digital Video: Power Tips, Techniques, and Common SenseDV expert seriesDigital video expert seriesAuthorBen If that does not fix the problem, you must find what install is running on your system, finish that, and THEN run the player install. * If your wmsetup.log contains error Windows Media Player Download

  • If you have run CCleaner or otherwise find that uninstall fails, you should still be able to use the System Restore point that WMP created in order to roll back to
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  • Reinstalling WMP will actually likely NOT solve this, as the catalogs for WMP will likely not be able to be installed.
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  • The file updspapi.log is a log produced by update.exe that may be of interest. (And there's further data in c:\windows\updspapi.log too .) But, chiefly: wmsetup.log is your starting point.
  • A partial failure in a subcomponent that appears to have no affect on player performance is likely the cause.

A: See my sample on how to do this or the KB here. The released hot fixes for the 9 Series Player can be found here at Microsoft, or Carsten maintains a nice list of them here. Multiple reports I've had on this suggested that removal of the US Robotics 56k internal modem (v90) cleared up the issue. news A: The installer for WMP7 and newer all log to %windir%\wmsetup.log .

There is no longer any CABs available for any version of Windows Media Player. installed. If the INF fails to install, you'll find the logs for that failure located at %windir%\setupapapi.log .

Note that that disables discovery of music shares on your network.

What process returned this error? * If your wmsetup.log contains error "0xc00d2afa": This is "The requested operation failed. What are these lines? * If your wmsetup.log contains error "0x80004005": This is "Unspecified error." Typically this will be found in regards to validating the file signature on Urge.cab - this Q: Why is playback choppy for certain clips even though I have a high speed connection? Tweak_UI_2000.exe (V1.33, 110 KB) For Windows XP Home Edition and Windows XP Professional: Take a look...

are necessary Above error manifests for all local Administrators, i.e. A: Download WMP for the language of your choice and choose Reinstall All mode, installing it on top of your existing install. If you set HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup", "LogLevel", to REG_DWORD value 0x0000FF00 , that will ensure that you get full update.exe/setupapi.dll logging. More about the author I am speaking only on my own behalf in all cases.

For older versions: first you must have a license to redistribute it. If you're running a firewall, read this for configuration information. Q: How do I get WMP 7.1 to run on Win95? Anyways- to repair Windows XP: Boot from the Windows XP CD.

it is most likely caused by low memory (low disk space for swapping file) or corrupted cabinet file. Microsoft are updating 6.4 to suit the new codec's and Internet Explorer versions that they produce. For Media Player for XP (aka WMP8) ONLY (no other version)... 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.

I only get an icon for it on the task bar. Reluctantly I'm being dragged kicking and screaming into the 21st MultiMedia century, and I imagine so will you.