Question about Handmark Software MobileLists (950142) for PC, Mac
When i am try to open/run media player classic
massage to me
floating point not supported.
When i am try to open/run media player classic massage to me Media Player Classic - Homecinema has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
Very simple.When you first time install Media player classic with home cinema,open properties of MPC from desktop,find target as and copy mpc-hc and past in a zip file.Later whenever you get problem in opening simply copy from zip file,paste anywhere in pc and then again open properties of MPC from desktop,find target as and replace mpc-hc file by pasting there.It will fix problem and your time for uninstalling and installing whole application will be saved.I am sure it will because there is no trt.dll found in MPC directory.Fortunately it can be written in Oracle5 but that's a long process.Instead of going there just do this simple process.Caution:This happens only on such systems where cracks are used.If no crack is used for any application MPC will not encounter this problem.But i should also tell you that some Radio softwares also pollute this application.Its not by malware or virus,only dll is corrupted.Enjoy.If you have any more unsolved problems do share with me at
Posted on Dec 14, 2009
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