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Windows media player (windows xp) no longer producing sound and support video games after formatting

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Did you correctly formated your pc? have you install the motheboard cd driver for audio? try that and see what happen.

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Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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My windows media player can not perform video with sound.. When I am watching dvd it produces no sound .. What is the problem and how to fix it?


hi,

pls check that the video format supports for ur window media player,
may be sound decoder not installed in ur laptop. (as there are many sound formats, window media player support some of those).

Solutions:
Pls install VLC player, or Gom player, OR Nero 10. and play DVD, XVID, or CD.

follow links that u can download.

VLC Player--- http://download.cnet.com/VLC-Media-Player/3000-13632_4-10267151.html
Gom Player-- http://download.cnet.com/GOM-Media-Player/3000-13632_4-10551786.html

Note: If you r not getting sound, that not problem with Graphics card.

Hope this message will helpful for you...........

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Cant watch a dvd using windows media player, i can hear the audio but no video


This is typically caused by not having the correct codec required for the video. You can get free codecs like ffdshow at sites like this: http://www.free-codecs.com/download/ffdshow.htm

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I CAN NOT PLAY MUSIC USING MY MEDIA PLAY


windows media does not support all extensions. Below are the examples. if you have the right format and still you are not able to play then best option is to upgrade or reinstall media player. Windows Media Player 6.0 loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation');
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    File name extensions: .asf, .asx, .avi, .wav, .wma, .wax, .wm, .wmv, .wvx
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    File name extensions: .mpg, .mpeg, .m1v, .mp2, .mpa, .mpe

    Note MPEG 2 requires third-party software or hardware decoders.
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    File name extensions: .mid, .rmi
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    File name extensions: .mov
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    File name extensions: .aif, .aifc, .aiff
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    File name extensions: .ivf
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    File name extensions: .au, .snd
Windows Media Player 6.1, 6.2, 6.4, 7, 7.1, Windows Media Player for Windows XP, and Windows Media Player 9 Series loadTOCNode(2, 'moreinformation');
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    File name extensions: .asf, .asx, .avi, .wav, .wax, .wma, .wm
  • Audio Visual Interleave
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    File name extensions: m3u, mp2v, .mpg, .mpeg, .m1v, .mp2, .mp3, .m3u, .mpa, .mpe, mpv2

    Note MPEG 2 requires third-party software or hardware decoders.
  • DVD Video
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    Note DVD playback requires third-party software or hardware decoders and is supported only in Windows XP.
  • Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI)
    File name extensions: .mid, midi, .rmi
  • Apple Macintosh AIFF Resource
    File name extensions: .aif, .aifc, .aiff
  • Sun Microsystems and NeXT
    File name extensions: .au, .snd
  • Intel Video File
    File name extensions: .ivf

    Note Intel Video File support requires the Intel Video 5.x codec.
  • Windows Media Player Skins
    File name extensions: .wmz, .wms
  • QuickTime Content
    File name extensions: .avi, .mov, .qt

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I recently installed the Real Alternative software to open AVI files, 'cause in my WM player I could only hear the sound, and I couldn't see the video, it's not a problem with all my AVI files, just a few...


Hi

There's no problem with the operating system.And please do not reinstall windows again.Its a known issue only for some types of videos even if its in the same format for example- 2 different files in AVI format ones working but the others not.This happens because some type of videos are only supported by 3rd party codecs which is not made by microsoft as windows media player is product of microsoft. Now you might also notice that the same video might be working in your friends computer or a different computer absolutely fine.Its just you would have to wait until it will download the update it self.
SOLUTION:-
Look m not a big fan of microsoft either.So do not depend on Windows media player.Simply download VLC PLAYER which is the best.Its small, plays all kinds of videos in all formats.The following is the link for the setup file of VLC PLAYER-:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/vlc/files/1.1.5/win32/vlc-1.1.5-win32.exe/download

Now njoy watching all the videos with high def and better sound than Windows media player

Hope this fixes the problem,If it doesn't please reply



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Dec 08, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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The movies i'm watchning in the media player has no sound


Make sure that your sound card driver is installed and functional: try playing a song. If it works, or other video/movie produce sound, then the decoder 'Codecs' available may not be compatible with the format of the video/movie you are trying to play now: instead of microsoft media player, try installing and using another player such as the free VLC:
http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
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heres a suggestion go back to xp service pack 2. service pack is very easy to use and more compatibility than sp3. right now my 10 pc's are all xp sp2 and they have no problems about the sound.hope that helps

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This means that you have not installed the sound driver, assuming it is cmedia as you have posted go here for drivers

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Creative zen sleek photo not recognized by win xp


I got my Creative Zen Sleek Photo from a friend and everything I did wouldn't let Windows recognize it, but then I got it to work almost magically.

1. Make sure you have the proper drivers installed for it that come with the CD. If you don't have the CD, you can download the ISO here.
http://wp.randyr.net/windows-xp/creative-zen-sleek-photo.html

2. Reboot. When it comes back up, plug the cable into your computer, then into your Sleek. The software should sync up. For some reason, my Zen wasn't being recognized from the usb port on my computer tower, but I plugged it into my monitor's USB port and then it worked. Try that, if none of that works, then it may be a problem with your computer not knowing which driver to assign to your Zen, and if so, try the steps below.

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1. Plug your Sleek to your computer.
2. Open up Windows' Device manager (right-click on "My Computer" and select "Properties". Go to the "Hardware" tab, then click "Device Manager").
3. Locate the entry for "Creative Zen Sleek" in your device list. It should appear either under "Sound, video, and game controllers" or under "USB Devices". Once you locate the entry, uninstall it.
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