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If your are talking about the Windows Media Player, then there are several files which are incompatible with the WMP. For these formats to run on your Windows Media Player ( WMP ), you have to install a software whose name is K-Lite Codec Pack. By installing this pack, you will be able to play almost all media format files and even some rare ones.
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Hello my friend, how are you?
Regarding on your problem, you can do the 1 time search in all your music files regardless of their individual format by using Windows Media Player Software which was pre-installed already in your Xp after you install your OS XP in your computer.
Using Windows Media Player you can group all the music files you have in computer per title, artist, album, genre or even date and names. To do that kindly follow the steps below:
1. Open Windows Media Player located at the program files in your computer. In case you cannot locate it kindly click the START BUTTON located buttom part of your scree. Then click ALL PROGRAMS or PROGRAMS then WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER. I case WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER is not their Click ACCESSORIES then goto ENTERTAINMENT then Locate WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER.
2. After you locate and open wWindows Media Player or WMP kindly click the tab Library then suddenly a consule messagebox pop-up asking "Would you like to search music in your computer?" then kindly click YES Button then let the WMP search and gather all the Music files you have in your computer.
3. Next time yo log in WMP you can goto directly to the Library and select the music you want to play which was sorted automatically by WMP.
Hope this solution will help you solved your problem. if you seek moreassitance just reply to this post.
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wmp 12 is not available in domestic market it is a subject of research and you might find in some forum but never try to install it as they are harmfull trojan and might lead to system format or sound might be lost as they delete drivers also wmp 11 is one of the highest rated media player in global market it has been rated 9 star by national council of industrial aplication and research
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!
i downloaded media player 11 and it want play even after i have gotten the MPEG I STILL CANT GET THE CORRECT PLUG IN FOR IT..i also brought DRIVERS DETECTIVE and another driver agent nothing is helping me...i have spent over a hundred fifty dollars on different things nothing helps even SRS sound system...please tell me where there is real help my music want play at all on media player 11
Very the file you are trying to play is still there , if it is then create a new play list by allowing WMP to scan your system for playable media. If this fails or the above aint the latter then i'd suggest you uninstall WMP and reinstall it. WMP is in the control panel / add or remove components / Windows Components. You can also log in to microsoft web site and download the latese WMP and install it .
Windows Media Player is a feature of the Windows operating system and cannot be removed entirely. However, depending upon which version of the Player and Windows that you are using, you might be able to roll back to the version of the Player that was previously on your computer. The procedure varies depending upon which version of the Player you are running.
If your computer is running Windows XP Service Pack 1 (SP1), Windows XP SP2, Windows 2000 SP3, or Windows 2000 SP4, you can use the Set Program and Access Defaults feature to remove links to the Player on your computer. Note that this does not remove the Windows Media Player software. To remove access to the Player, do the following:
In Control Panel, double-click Add or Remove Programs.
Click the Set Program and Access Defaults button, and then choose a configuration (such as "Non-Microsoft" or "Custom").