Why is it that in Media 10 I could go to my music select a folder then select play all and it would play all in playing now but I can't do that in 11 I have got to go to my music select all the music from the edit highlight all and then add to Multi media can you help me
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As you may have already notice, there isn't a problem with your driver.
However to gain a better understand the problem you rule out a couple of things. However, if the this problem is only present in windows media player. Then you should try another play i.e. VLC media player.
1. Go to you device manager and make sure the device is working properly. If not try uninstalling the device, restarted the computer letting windows discover the device again.
2. Next go to windows media player file (press "alt" key to get toolbar in newer version. Select options -> devices select your speaker -> properties and be sure that your audio device is available and selected.
3. Finally if all these options has failed, please use an alternative media like the one mention above (VLC media player).
I hope this have been a great help in your troubles. Please provide feedback on the solution.
Open Control Panel - Sound and Audio devices - check the sound volume, move to high if required and Mute is not selected. Next click on Sound tab and select a Windows and click on the play button, if the play button is greyed out then the audio driver is either not installed or not working. In this case install your model audio driver.
I have a Philips go-gear 4GB player. There is no charger included. To charge the player, use any firewire/USB cable and connect the device to a PC or laptop. While the device is charging, the battery icon is blinking. When it is fully charged, the battery icon will stay static.
To copy to the device, open Windows explorer. Look for the Philips Go-gear folder icon. Open the Philips folder and Copy you music files inside the device's my music folder. If the file is video, copy the file in the my video folder.
Once the device is fully charged, disconnect the device by right-clicking on the Safely Remove Hardware icon on lower right portion of your PC screen. Select Safely remove hardware then Choose the philips go-gear device to eject.
Power on the device then use the navigation keys to select the files you like to play. Click ok or the play button.
Please elaborate the problem providing us with more details like the type of CD which you want to play on your computer (Music CD, video CD, photos, etc.)
Also, let us know the operating system of your computer (windows XP, Vista, others)
Usually, to play a CD, one has to insert the CD in the CD drive of the computer and a pop-up menu opens asking you to select the program to open the CD. If the content of the CD is music or video files, it can be viewed using Windows Media Player.
For more help and clarifications, please feel free to reply to this post with additional details.
This looks like a Windows Media player error code. If so, try this.
The following are the steps that you should perform if your player is not receiving streams:
Open Windows Media Player.
If you don't see the menu selections File View Play Tools Help at the
top of the player, RIGHT-click on the very top of the player and select
Show Menu Bar.
Select Tools and then Options and the Network tab.
Under the Streaming Protocols section, be sure that ONLY TCP and HTTP are selected.
Select the Performance tab.
In the Connection Speed section, select Detect Connection speed (recommended).
Select the Player tab.
In the Automatic Updates section, be sure that Download Codecs Automatically is checked.
Be sure that Connect to the Internet (overrides all other commands) is checked.
Select the File Types tab.
Click the Select All button.
Click OK and totally close the player and try connecting again.
Go to start : All Programs: Accessories: right click on Command Prompt, click run as administrator. click continue: you should see C:\Windows\system32> type there regsrv32 wmp.dll
It should look like this C:\Windows\system32>regsrv32 wmp.dll
(make sure to put the space in between 32 and wmp)
An info box will appear. Click Ok then restart.
That should fix it!
You have software conflict on playing online music. Uninstall real player or go to real player or media player setting and find any option on online music playing, disable all those feature related to internet. Restart. If this does not work, you have to uninstall Real player. Keep informing.
u dint drag drop on did u or shortcut them to d drive cuse u need to copy and paste those files into d then dl wma 11 from custum updates in microsoft ok also run updates have it cheak for add on updates not just reg secruity ones