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Any program clicked gives me "windows medai player cannot play this file"
even in control panel the files are not opening

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Can u tell ur problem more specificly...i think the file ur try to open with media player is not the type that media player can play it...it must be some missing codec in the media player..

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I used a program to "clean" my system and now my DVD/CD player will not play music CDs. It reads data files all right and I can still play music files that are on my HD. How can I fix it as it is not


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(WinXP example; Start > Right-click on My Computer > Left-click on Properties > Left-click on Hardware tab > Left-click on Device Manager)

Left-click on the + sign next to - DVD/CD_ROM drives.
Right-click on the NAME of the CD/DVD drive.

Left-click on Uninstall.

(A 'Squawk Box' will come up, "Warning you are about to uninstall this device. It is OK. Click on OK)

Close all windows, go back to your desktop screen, restart your computer.

(WinXP; Start > Turn Off Computer > Restart)

When Windows fully loads, there should be a 'pop-up' out of the system tray, "Found new hardware device", and perhaps another one, "Found CD/DVD drive xxxxx"

This 'slaps Windows around', and makes it find the address to the optical drive drivers.

No? Didn't work?
Then suggest you post the motherboard manufacturer name, and model number.

Or; post the computer manufacturer name, and model number.

(Model number is on the back of the computer, next to the Windows product key; or up on the side of the computer tower.
Some older models have a swing door in the Front Panel, and once opened the model number is down in there)

Also post what Operating System you are using.
(Windows XP, and Windows 7 are two examples of an O/S)

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I want to format my SAMSUNG YH-925 digital audio player. It says that there are files on it in windows media player. When i open it in MY COMPUTER it won't even load up to view the files. I would like...


click start control panel administrive tools computer management device manager scroll down universal serial bus controllers you should see a yellow question mark?
right click to reinstall drivers
if you can see your usb drive but its not working
ports(com&lpt)right click update driver
click start click on my computer you should see your drive
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another way is to control panel administrive tools computer management disk management right click on your drive select format
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Are you running Windows Vista or 7? It says that it is designed for Windows 2000/XP. I would go into Control Panel: Add/remove programs. Uninstall the game.
Then find the executable file to install the game (assuming you downloaded it). Right click the file and select properties. Then find the tab called Compatibility and select the check box for "run this program in compatibility mode for:" then select Windows XP (SP2). then open and install the game.
After the game is installed, reboot. Once you reboot find the launcher file to start the game, again right click and do properties, make sure its set on compatibility mode for XP. that should solve it.

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"MOV" Moving Images jerky when played back


Hi David,
The Asus MB can use either the “onboard”, (Built into the MB) - VGA 3D controller, SiS 651 chipset. Or the AGP 4x slot. If you are referring to the AGP 4x slot, I'll need to know the model & manufacture of the AGP 4x card. (Windows XP is better served to provide you an update (If any), through windows update service.
As to weather iTunes is causing the *.mov video file to playback un-smooth, suggest you open with windows media player. See if windows plays the file any better. (If not I'd say the problem is with the file & not the player). (Just the way it was recorded).
If you haven't installed all of windows XP updates, suggest you do so. This will include windows media player 11. When updating windows XP look to the left of the site. There you'll see "Hardware & software updates".
Windows update service is not dumb, once you click on "Express", windows should show you any updates you may need for other devices connected to your PC. Including your 4x AGP card.
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Hi Bry, this is so common with, my web search program.
Try this. Right click once on the start button, (A pop-up window will open), slide up to Explorer & left click on it once. Right click once on the C:\ drive & left click Search from the list.
In the search top window type the name of the file: m3plugin.dll
Click search.
Windows will find the file. Right click once on the file m3plugin.dll listed in the right hand side of the search window & left click Copy from the list. Windows Explorer is still opened. Scroll down to the folder, Program Files & left click the plus sign next to it. Program Files will open & you'll see all kinds of folders.
Find the Mywebsearch folder & open it. Find the folder 1.bin, Right click once on that folder & left click past from the list.
Close all opened windows & restart the system.


Enjoy Bry!
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Mike

Nov 24, 2008 | Intel Motherboard

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No sound


Hello hassahabi, what I think happened to your sound is this. When the apple iTunes software installed you allowed iTunes to take over all your sound files within the system. To gain back your system sounds try this: Open windows Explorer & left click once on C:\
Once high-lighted, left click on Tools & left click the tab " File Types ". Scroll down the list to, WAV.
Left click once on WAV - wav sound. The sound file should open with Windows Media Player & not to ipod or iTunes. Click the, "Change" button. The "Open With", window will open. Find, Windows Media Player in the list. Left click once on it & than click OK. Most of windows sounds are located in the C:\Windows\Media folder. I suggest you also set MID to open with Windows Media Player.
Once finished close all opened windows & restart your system.
When windows finishes loading open the sound icon by first double left clicking the sound icon. Check that the wave slide bar is all the way up! Close that window. Now right click once on the sound icon & left click "Adjust Audio Properties". Sounds and Audio Devices Properties window will open.
See if the play button is no longer grayed out.
If it is grayed out you'll have no choice but to uninstall the apple software to free your system sounds.
Next round of ipod iTunes installation watch your screen's & choose not to allow iTunes to control, *.wav sound files.

Good luck hassahabi!
Run into trouble? Post back here.

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Nov 12, 2008 | ASUS P4S8X-MX Motherboard

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Thanks ...but plz clarify


You download the sound driver for both models. Good. Create a folder for each sound driver you downloaded. Name each folder so you know which is what. Copy & past the downloaded file & the uncompressed folder into its own folder. Each file must be uncompressed. I assume you already uncompressed each file. When you did that it created a folder & inside that folder are other folders & files. Windows can be weird, so when you tried to install the .exe file windows may have not installed it correctly
You want to install through windows device manager. If you have My Computer icon on you're desktop do this.
Right click once on My Computer & slide to & left click once on properties. This will open System Properties. Click the hardware tab. Than click the device manager button. Scroll down to Sound, audio and game controller. The + sign on its left should all ready be opened. You should see a yellow explanation point.
Right click once on the yellow ! point & slide to & left click once on update driver.
Windows hardware wizard will open. Click No, not at this time. Than click the next button. Another window will open. Left click once in the circle next to, Install from a list or specific location (Advanced). Than click the next button. Again, another window will open. We want to remove the green check mark next to, Search removable media (floppy, CD-ROM...). Click the green check mark once & it will go away.
Click the browse button, click the + sign next to my computer. Go to one of the folders you copied the uncompressed file to. Click on the folder the uncompressed file created. You only want that folder to be high-lighted. Not opened. Than click OK. Windows will scan the folder & find the correct driver files for you’re system. When windows finishes, restart you’re system.
If you receive an error that the driver is not correct, than follow the above instructions & do the same for the other driver.
One of the two should work. If neither work than uninstall windows SP3. It should be listed in control panel / Add remove programs. You may still need to install the sound driver as mentiond above. If the driver software for both still fails than the odds are the intergrated sound device may be defective. Unlike a desktop PC you can not add a PCI sound card as a work around to get sound.

If you still run into troubles just let me know.
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How do i uninstall microsoft active x control on my pc?


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NOTE: If you do not know the file name of the ActiveX control (.ocx) you want to remove, you may be able to determine the file name by viewing the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) source of a Web page that installs or uses the ActiveX control. To view the HTML source of a Web page, right-click an empty area of the Web page, and then click View Source. 4. In Windows Explorer or Windows NT Explorer, click the .ocx file in the Windows\Occache folder, and then click Delete on the File menu.Occache is the name of the folder where ActiveX controls are installed in all versions of Internet Explorer 3.x. The Regsvr32.exe file is installed by Internet Explorer and can be used to register and remove registry entries for ActiveX controls.
Internet Explorer 4.x or Later (All Platforms) loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); Internet Explorer 4.x or later, include the Occache.dll file, which is used to enumerate, update, and safely uninstall ActiveX controls using a "shell folder." 1. Click Start, point to Settings, click Control Panel, double-click Add/Remove Programs, and then click the Install/Uninstall tab. 2. If the ActiveX control you want to remove appears in the list of installed programs, click the ActiveX control, click Add/Remove, and then follow the instructions on the screen. If the ActiveX control does not appear in the list of installed programs, continue with the next step. 3. In Windows Explorer or Windows NT Explorer, double-click the Windows\Downloaded Program Files folder or the Winnt\Downloaded Program Files folder, right-click the ActiveX control you want to remove, and then click Remove. 4. When you are prompted to remove the ActiveX control, click Yes.IMPORTANT: The following ActiveX controls should not be removed if you are running Internet Explorer 4.0: • DirectAnimation Java Classes • Internet Explorer Classes for Java • Microsoft XML Parser for Java • Win32 ClassesInternet Explorer 5.0 or later does not require these components in the Downloaded Program Files files.
Error Messages Removing ActiveX Controls loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation'); When you attempt to remove an ActiveX control using an Occache shell folder, you may receive one of the following messages: • Share Violation These program files are currently being used by one or more programs. Please close some programs, and try again. You may need to restart Windows. • Component Removal About to remove a Windows system DLL: (<path\filename>). Okay to delete?Share Violation:

This message occurs if the ActiveX control you are trying to remove is currently loaded in memory by Internet Explorer or the Active Desktop component.

To resolve this error message, follow these steps: 1. Close all open Internet Explorer windows. 2. Disable the Active Desktop. To do so, right-click an empty area on the desktop, point to Active Desktop, and then click View As Web Page to clear the check mark. 3. Remove the ActiveX control by following the steps in the "Internet Explorer 4.0 or Later" section earlier in this article.

NOTE: You may need to restart Windows before you remove the ActiveX Control.Component Removal:

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