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As you may have already notice, there isn't a problem with your driver.
However to gain a better understand the problem you rule out a couple of things. However, if the this problem is only present in windows media player. Then you should try another play i.e. VLC media player.
1. Go to you device manager and make sure the device is working properly. If not try uninstalling the device, restarted the computer letting windows discover the device again.
2. Next go to windows media player file (press "alt" key to get toolbar in newer version. Select options -> devices select your speaker -> properties and be sure that your audio device is available and selected.
3. Finally if all these options has failed, please use an alternative media like the one mention above (VLC media player).
I hope this have been a great help in your troubles. Please provide feedback on the solution.
Do Windows Update. It will download and install the service packs that you need as well as the latest driver for your ZEN V Plus if it has found one. Make sure to install all the suggested updates.
Type windows update in the search box
Click the Windows Update icon from the search list
Windows Update windows will open
Click the Check for updates button
It will show number of updates available
Click Install Updates
The updates may take a while and your computer might restart a couple of times
Install the driver/software manually. (Make sure you installed windows update)
If you want to remove Windows Media Player, you have to go to control panel and then click on add/remove windows components. Search it from there and untick it. That should uninstall windows media player from your computer.
Hope this helps.
The best option here is to reinstall the latest version of windows Media player. link below. Simply download and reinstall the latest version this will overwrite anything already there and restore your WMP to full functionality.
This problem occurs often when the windows media player is still running in the background i.e. the process is still running..U can fix this problem by doing the following steps-
1.Open task manager when you get the error by pressing ctrl+alt+del simultaneously 2.Click on PROCESSES tab at the top 3.Find the image name file called - wmvplayer.exe 4.Right click on it and click on END process tree..
Hopefully You will not get the same problem again..If your getting the same issue whether or not the location on the file is in single computer , network computer or an external source,you would have to uninstall and reinstall windows media player again..
NOTE - FOLLOW THESE STEPS ONLY IF THE ABOVE MENTIONED STEPS DOES NOT FIXES YOUR PROBLEM
Go to control panel>>add/remove programs find win media player..Uninstall Restart computer
now go to the following link to install wmv player
I'm sorry we got disconnected. yes you can roll back to windows media player eleven. Go to control panel and select and remove programs. when the list comes up scroll down to windows media player 12. Click on remove and it should tell you that it will roll back to the previous version after it is uninstalled. Now, if you recently installed version twelve, you can try something else first. Click on start them programs and select accessories and scroll down to system tools and then select restore. when it opens, select to restore to an earlier time and then when the calendar comes up, select the date you installed version twelve of windows media player, then on the right hand side you will see where your windows media player twelve was installed . Left click on that and they should tell you that it will restore the computer to the time before you installed windows media player twelve . your computer automatically set a restore point when you installed windows media player version twelve. I suggest using the restore option first.
Hello my friend, how are you?
Regarding on your problem, you can do the 1 time search in all your music files regardless of their individual format by using Windows Media Player Software which was pre-installed already in your Xp after you install your OS XP in your computer.
Using Windows Media Player you can group all the music files you have in computer per title, artist, album, genre or even date and names. To do that kindly follow the steps below:
1. Open Windows Media Player located at the program files in your computer. In case you cannot locate it kindly click the START BUTTON located buttom part of your scree. Then click ALL PROGRAMS or PROGRAMS then WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER. I case WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER is not their Click ACCESSORIES then goto ENTERTAINMENT then Locate WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER.
2. After you locate and open wWindows Media Player or WMP kindly click the tab Library then suddenly a consule messagebox pop-up asking "Would you like to search music in your computer?" then kindly click YES Button then let the WMP search and gather all the Music files you have in your computer.
3. Next time yo log in WMP you can goto directly to the Library and select the music you want to play which was sorted automatically by WMP.
Hope this solution will help you solved your problem. if you seek moreassitance just reply to this post.
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thank you and Godbless.
Windows Media Player is a feature of the Windows operating system and cannot be removed entirely. However, depending upon which version of the Player and Windows that you are using, you might be able to roll back to the version of the Player that was previously on your computer. The procedure varies depending upon which version of the Player you are running.
If your computer is running Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1), Windows XP SP2, Windows 2000 SP3, or Windows 2000 SP4, you can use the Set Program and Access Defaults feature to remove links to the Player on your computer. Note that this does not remove the Windows Media Player software. To remove access to the Player, do the following:
In Control Panel, double-click Add or Remove Programs.
Click the Set Program and Access Defaults button, and then choose a configuration (such as "Non-Microsoft" or "Custom").