Question about Microsoft Windows Media Player
I have a one month old HP Desktop computer that I have loaded many of my music CD's on. I was able to rip most of them onto my computer and then play them.. All of a sudden, when I go to rip a new cd or play one that is alrealy loaded, I get the error message "Media Player (not responding). I have no clues....Help!!
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Posted on Apr 24, 2009
Go to microsoft.com and download the set up for your version of media player. Uninstall the one you have now and then reinstall from the set up you have downloaded. I would also recomend you down load the k-lite codec pack to beef up your WMP install.....goodluck.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Why won't my music files work in Photo & Video Expressions? [SlideShow too, I guess]
Photo & Video Expressions is not compatible with audio files that have been protected by Digital Rights Management (DRM) functionality. Most audio files purchased online through Internet music retailers like iTunes, Urge, or Rhapsody are encrypted with some form of DRM. Similarly, audio files that have been extracted from a CD or DVD (the process known as "ripping") using certain media applications (iTunes, Windows Media Player, etc.) often have default settings that encrypt the files extracted.
There is no way to use DRM audio files purchased from online music retailers with Photo & Video Expressions. However, if you want to use music and audio files that you have extracted from your CD collection, then all you have to do is change the ripping setting in your media application before you extract the files to your computer.
Suggestions are given on how to change ripping settings in iTunes and Windows Media Player.
However, it is always good to contact the technical support team at individualsoftware.com. You first have to register your product with them in order to get help, but this online assistance is free and worthwhile trying out.
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