There is some problem in starting window media player
When last time I started window media player I read a message appear on the screen regarding some problem is encountered by it and after this it does not respond.Kindly suggest me what to do to fix it.
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Re: there is some problem in starting window media player
First try downloading a registry cleaner like "C-Cleaner", "Advanced windows cleaner" or the like and run them, the registry might be colliding with something when you open WMP. Just google them and type free download, they're not very big.
If that doesn't solve the problem, you'll need to re-install WMP, yopu should be able to download it aswell. Just make sure to remove the entire old version of WMP, C-Cleaner has a utility that can do that for you. Hope it helps! Good luck!
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My Creative Zen 16Gb got to the stage where every time I turned it on I would get a white screen. I tried many so called solutions, including those on the Creative website - nothing really workd for any length of time. Eventually, suspecting is was a connection issue with the dispaly, I held the Zen in both hands and twisted the case a few times - nothing broke and my Zen has been working faultlessy for the last three days. Hope this helps.
There is a problem with the USB cable or your USB ports - check Start--> Control Panel--> Printers and Other Hardware --> system --> Hardware--> device Manager-->USB Controllers for more detials (I am assuming Windows XP) - see if there is a yellow exclamation by your USB port
The memory may be corrupt and it can't read the music files correctly.
Open your My Computer icon and plug the player into your computer. You
should see a new removable disk called Mix Max appear. Right click on
the disk and choose Format from the pop up menu. At the Format window
make sure that the File System is set to FAT32 and click Start. At the
next window click OK to proceed. You'll then need to add the songs back
to your player but it should correct the problem. When adding the songs
to the player again make sure that you leave at least 4 megabytes of
space available so it can create the library file.
1. Formatting the player erases all files in the player, and oftentimes this is the best option to ensure that all files are removed and any corruption eliminated. Also, it is best to format the player when in MSC mode. 2. When the appears as a drive letter (under MSC mode), right-click on that drive letter and select "Format". On the "Format" pop-up window, click "Start" to begin the format process. 3. Follow the on-screen prompts and safely remove the player from your PC when the "Format Complete" display appears. 4. Unplug the player from the PC and when the player is powered up, the message "No Files" should appear on the player's LCD screen 5. Switch the mode back to "MTP", or continue to use "MSC". Note: It is best to use "MTP" when you are transferring subscription music to the player
***Or you can use windows media player to format your player....
Open up your windows media player and click on the sync tab..assuming that you have windows media player 11...right click on the device and hit format..if you have windows media player there should be a little pen or pencil on the right side..just click on it and hit format.. I hope this helps. :)
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