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If I boot into windows me on the same computer then wmp ver 9 works, but not when I boot to XP Home. The Good news is that if you save WMP10's skins and visualations, put them on a floppy or two, take the other ones out from windows media player in Program Files and put them in.
The problem is in windows wont see cda music files. I had 7.1 version and that is one way to get all that you want in. Darrell Lewis Tools to Options, File Types, select Music CD Playback, APPLY (I left it out when I did this) then select okay. Darrell Lewis My system.ini:; for 16-bit app support[drivers]wave=mmdrv.dlltimer=timer.drv[mci][driver32][386enh]woafont=dosapp.
To fix this for Windows Vista: follow the steps in this article. Satellite TVfor PC 2007 does not do this anymore, but that doesn't really help you if you had installed Satellite TVfor PC 2006, sorry.
=\ * Vista-only: If you have an Intel 945/946/965 express chipset, get their updated drivers - that should fix up some potential crashes and video glitchings.
), right-click on the Speaker icon in the system tray, select Playback Devices, right-click Speakers in that new dialog, go to Properties, then go to Enhancements - choose "Disable All Enhancements" and you should be fixed up.
* If you have an n Vidia card, upgrade your video card drivers from the n Vidia site.When i left it out, and went back, the checkmark was gone for I neglected to select Apply. It maybe were it goes & 2 links on the is NT or WIN32 Lewis Control Panel to Sound and Audio Device Properties, click Hardware, click on Media Control Devices, go to properties and if not listed there troubleshoot for that is were in Media Contol Devices located in sound,video and Game Controllers Properties:(mci)cd audio, (mci) sound, (mci)Microsoft Video for Windows, (mci)midi sequencer & mciqtz32I have listed in there. If missing Add Hardware Icon in Control Panel dot in yes add Media Contol Devices if missing. Please note that these are all unsupported hacks I figured out in my spare personal time. There is a general focus herein on Windows Media Player 9-12.* Vista-only: Some systems have "Disable Protected Audio DG" set to 0x1 under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, Software\Microsoft\Windows\Current Version\Audio , which will break some audio playback.Reset that to 0x0 and Urge files should work again.