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Audio codec gets unistalled

I am using Windows XP. More frequently my audio codec is getting uninstalled. Some one please help

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Did you reformat your operating system before? if you still have the cd driver for your motherboard try to install them again! if not visit the site of your motherboard form there you can download the driver.

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WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER.or wmp.
Windows Media Player (abbreviated WMP) is a digital media player and media library application developed by Microsoft that is used for playing audio, video and viewing images on personal computers running the Microsoft Windows operating system, as well as on Pocket PC and Windows Mobile-based devices. Editions of Windows Media Player were also released for Mac OS, Mac OS X and Solaris but development of these has since been discontinued..
although it does not support such codec..
it can play wmv.exe or avi but not flv or such other it does not support these codecs.
Codecs in Windows Media Player 10 loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); Collapse this tableExpand this table Codec Company Description Windows Media Audio Microsoft This codec is used to encode complex audio files, such as music files. The most recent versions of this codec are the Windows Media Audio 9 codec and the Windows Media Audio 9.1 codec. Windows Media Audio Professional Microsoft This codec is used to encode complex audio files, such as music files. This codec supports multichannel encoding and 24-bit encoding. Two versions of this codec are the Windows Media Audio 9 Professional codec and the Windows Media Audio 9.1 Professional codec. Windows Media Audio 9 Lossless Microsoft This codec is used for lossless encoding of audio files. Two versions of this codec are the Windows Media Audio 9 Lossless codec, and the Windows Media Audio 9.1 Lossless codec. Windows Media Audio 9 Voice Microsoft This codec is optimized for encoding the human voice at a high compression ratio. This codec is the preferred codec for encoding data streams that primarily consist of spoken words. For content that is a mixture of music and speech, this codec yields a very high quality audio file. Windows Media Video 9 Microsoft This codec is used to encode complex video files, such as movie files. The Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile Video codec is a version of this codec. The Windows Media Video 9 Advanced Profile Video codec is incorporated into advanced encoding features such as interlaced encoding. Windows Media Video 9 Screen Microsoft This codec is optimized for encoding sequential screen shots. For example, this codec is frequently used to record screen shots of monitor images of software applications. The monitor images are later used for software training. Windows Media Video 9 Image Microsoft This codec is used to convert bitmap images with the deformation information into a compressed video. Two versions of this codec are the Windows Media Video 9 Image codec, and the Windows Media Video 9 Image v2 codec.VIDEO CODECS
Video codecs in Windows XP SP2 loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); Collapse this tableExpand this table Codec Company Cinepak Radius (Supermac/Compression Technologies Inc.) DV Microsoft Indeo Video 3.2 Intel Indeo Video 4.5 Intel Indeo Video 5.10 Intel Indeo iYUV R2 Intel RAW YVU9 Video Driver Intel MJPEG Microsoft MPEG-1 Video Decoder Microsoft Microsoft ISO MPEG-4 V1 Decoder Microsoft Microsoft ISO MPEG-4 V1.1 Decoder Microsoft Microsoft CRAM Microsoft Microsoft MPEG-4 (V1) Microsoft Microsoft MPEG-4 (V2) Microsoft Microsoft MPEG-4 (V3) Microsoft Microsoft RLE Microsoft Windows Media Screen (V7) Microsoft Windows Media Screen (V9) Microsoft Windows Media Video Standard (V7) Microsoft Windows Media Video Standard (V8) Microsoft Windows Media Video Standard (V9) Microsoft Windows Media Video V9 Image Microsoft...

SO IT IS NOT VALID TO ALL CODECS..

















on Mar 28, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Media Player

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I have a intel d845gvad2 motherboard..... and os:windows xp professional sp3 and i use sigmatel ac 97 audio driver.... but the sound output is not clear it is scratchy ... i tried installing realktek...


The Desktop Board D845GVAD2 offers integrated audio that uses a portion of the Intel® 82801DB I/O Controller Hub 4 (ICH4) with a SigmaTel* STAC9750/STAC9766 audio codec to create the basic audio subsystem.
It has The AC'97 (Audio Codec 1997) specification defines a high-quality audio architecture that advances the migration to digital audio, while maintaining support for analog interconnects for backward compatibility.
So uninstall your current driver otherwise your system will continue to undergo hardware failure & reboot continuously.
If your sound is still not good there's nothing to do except to install a sound card in your PCI slot & get better sound.

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Sound driver for xp


you just entered the site www.touslesdrivers.com you will find driver you lack

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How to uninstall codec// no sound when playing games


Uninstalling codec..? For Windows systems, use the "Add/Remove" function on the Control Panel or the the uninstaller of the codec ie if it has one!

No sound -> Check your "Device Manager" if the Audio/Sound devices drivers are correctly installed. If the Sound/Audio are properly installed is there a sound icon on your taskar? Sometimes you have to configure the "Settings/Options/Configurations" of the game software.

Hope it helps.

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simply uninstall and reinstall the audio drivers but make sure that you find the updated driver for your comp

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Microsoft MPEG-1 (50) codec is not installed


IF YOU HAVE THE INTERNET SERVICE THE GO STEP BY STEP TO FIND THE CODEC ... THIS MAY ALSO HAPPEN IS YOU HAVE NOT INSTALLED THE SOUND DRIVER!! IF YOUR USING XP THE THIS CODEC PACK YOU HAVE TO INSTALL http://www.free-codecs.com/XP_Codec_Pack_download.htm IF YOUR USING VISTA THEN DOWNLOAD AND INSTALL THIS..http://www.softpedia.com/get/Multimedia/Video/Codec-Packs-Video-Codecs/Advanced-Vista-Codec-Package.shtml

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Installation Error - Windows XP


run the program in win 98 compatability mode

read how to do that here

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/helpandsupport/learnmore/appcompat.mspx

Robert

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I have a toshiba A205-S4617 Laptop which had Vista Home Premium . Now i have downgraded it to XP pro sp2 but i am getting some Audio problems. The music and movis playing at half the speed ...it sounds...


OK ! As far as I can tell, (hopefully) you have installed corrupted audio drivers for the laptop. Its an issue that I have come accross 1 month ago. I fixed it by doing the following...

Installing the latest audio drivers for the downgrade of XP.
Installing the latest audio/video codecs for Windows XP.
Installing the latest Direct X redistribute
Uninstalling the windows update:MSWindowsHighDefinitionAudio

These three (Audio/Video Codecs, Audio Drivers and Direct X) are responsible for "decoding" your Movies and Music. If they are outdated or their host application is corrupt, they can cause sum grief to your multimedia.

Also, a very rare issue could be that you're selected (If you are using Windows Media Player 9-11) the speed settings. It could be that the speed settings are set to low. To troubleshoot this, simply download and install 3party apps like WINAMP (for audio) and VLC / VLan Player (for Video) and open your music or video with either one of the mentioned apps...

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