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Sounds like you have a problem with a DLL "Dynamic Link Library" for whatever program you're trying to use. Most likely it's been corrupted possibly by a virus or bad sector on hard drive or a file that mistakenly got deleted or any other number of things. I have had this problem before but only with the operating system (Win XP pro) never with another program. In my experience the only really good way to fix it is to re-install the program. Best of luck. Definitely run virus scan to check your files. Also you may want to try fixing in safe mode first if it's an op sys file that is corrupt or you can try system restore Found in start panel/accessories/system tools. If it's a program other than your operating sytem I would just uninstall it and then re-install it. Hope this helps. P.S. Microsoft will stop supporting Win XP next month (April 2014) no more updates etc. You might just want to upgrade to a newer version of windows.
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Regarding on your problem, User32.dll is a Dynamic-link library (DLL) that implements the Windows User API Client Library. It is a core file for several versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system and it is very important in any Windows Operating System. If this file is damaged or deleted, the operating system will not work. Ordinal 2000 is part of the dynamic link library or DLL in USER32.dll it usually refers to the module and code under USER32.dll. My recommendation: Please check first the installer you have downloaded if it is compatible with your current operating system. Make sure that the program you want to install are supported with your OS to prevent this problem again.
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Just for starters, you might wish to go to windows update and make sure you have the latest version of Media Player. Sometimes that's all it takes to get the bugs out.
The only other thing I can think of is that you've set your library to monitor all files and folders on your computer, so it is constantly trying to gather them all into the WMP library. Go to Tools, Options, Library and see how you've set WMP to monitor folders. Possibly adjusting this will stop you from running into that Move Files box when you open the player.
If that doesn't do it, write back with the version of media player you're using.
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