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I HAVE INSTALLED WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER 11, FROM INTERNET. BUT IT IS NOT RUNNING.I M GETTING NO WARNING OR ERROR BUT, WHEN I CLICK ON ICON, IT DOESNT RESPOND.
Windows Media Player in this case has a script error that causes it not to respond on any OS platform that has yet to be fixed by updates. I have currently updated it to its fullest and it refuses to respond properly on windows xp, let alone beta versions of windows like windows 7. My suggestion is forget windows media player 11 and go download VLC player which plays more things off the bat anyways. Its free and easy and small. There is also any number of other media players like Realplayer, Quicktime, or Windows Media Player Classic.
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
IAM HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER 11 NOT RESPONDING,IS THIS SINCE I HAD SERVER PACK (SP3) INSTAULLED ON MY COMP WINDOWS XP HOME EDITION.
MANY THANKS DOUG.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
Try to download it again, cause maybe the upgrade that you have downloaded is not complete or has corrupt files in order for it function well. if you have tried to download it again and theres no positive results, just uninstall and just use the older version for the meantime.
Posted on Sep 18, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Uninstall version 11 and reinstall version 10
I use VLC player all the time and have no problems with any sound or video files give it a try
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
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