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Black screen then media player brings up license or proxy message

I currently use vista,i was able to view my content ok as of two weeks agao i started get black scren then a error messages appears,

i have got round this by adding permission to specific folders why am i having to do this as i am the admin on my profiel there is only 3 profile 2 acyive a net framework profile and mines the guest is not active


can you help

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  • levkoby Apr 03, 2008

    this was a terible recommnedations this is a vista issue and restoring my system this woul;d caused this to flag up gain thanks but no thanks i will resolve this myself

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Try restoring system to an earlier time that you know was OK

Posted on Apr 03, 2008

  • boff1 Apr 04, 2008

    It may have been terrible my friend, but I could not understand a word of your garbled second paragraph. Based on the first paragraph, it was a reasonable suggestion!



    We are after all here to help each other.



    Thanks for the poor rating!

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