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Certificate file error

Keeps trying to reinstall and cannot find the file and continues this over and overExact same problem. Tried to install media 10 ad can't get rid of 7 because it can't find certificate

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You need to uninstall 7 before you install media 10

Posted on Feb 17, 2009

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Error message: "The file wmploc.dll has a version number of 11.0.6000.6344 where 11.6001.7004 was expected. Windows media player was not installed properly and must be reinstalled. Do you want to inst


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This is not a very common problem, but in all likelihood your Avanquest software has altered your Windows files in such a way that you cannot install your media player.
Most fix-it utilities make back-ups of your system files as they were BEFORE running the utility.
Check in your Avanquest application to see if you can restore your system to the way it was before running the application, then try reinstalling Windows media player.
Let me know if you need any further assistance regarding the above.
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Try this:
  1. Download and run the WMP (Windows Media Player) update from Microsoft - click here to get it
  2. Follow the instructions, which will include a reboot.
  3. Try launching WMP.

If that doesn't work, try this:

  1. Go to your Control Panel and uninstall all media software in the list except for WMP. Some programs you're likely to find are Napster, Rhapsody, Real, RealPlayer, Quicktime etc. Get rid of them all. HOWEVER, if you're not entirely sure about a particular program, leave it alone.
  2. Also, uninstall Adobe Flash Player - Microsoft and Adobe are notorious for not playing nicely together! ;)
  3. Reboot
  • If, during the uninstall process of a particular programthe computer asks you to reboot to "complete the process," just click"No" (or "Cancel") and continue uninstalling the rest of the programs. I say this because you'll reboot in step 3, above. If, however, a particular program insists that you reboot, that's not a problem - just do it.
  • Also, because you've uninstalled programs like Quicktime or RealPlayer that various technologies rely upon, you'll be asked to reinstall them when you encounter the need for such technologies in the future (such as on the web, if you buy software, etc.). But don't worry because they all install quickly and easily.
If that doesn't work, try this:
  1. Go to Control Panel
  2. Click "Security Center"
  3. Click "Windows Update"
  4. Click "Check for Updates"
  5. Install the updates, following the onscreen instructions.
  6. You'll need to reboot after the installs are complete.
If this doesn't work, you're probably missing drivers or there's a registry conflict. In this case, your best solution would be to system Restore by using the Restore disk that came with your system. But beware, if you restore your system and don't check the option to keep the data, you'll lose everything on your system that you, yourself, added - such as Word files, etc. Therefore, BACK UP YOUR DATA FILES BEFORE PERFORMING A SYSTEM RESTORE.

On some Restores, you're presented with the option to restore but keep your data files. Still, BACK UP EVERYTHING first.

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The Certificate File is missing or Corrupted.


U have error in or installation or ur software hsd missing their some file.First u wninstalled ur previous version then installed newly

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