What kind of errors?
Windows Media Player uses a more advanced interface, which your sound card
may be erroring out when it tries to support it.
should get you up and running up again.
(speaking for myself and doing this in my free time)
See http://www.nwlink.com/~zachd/pss/pss.html for some generally helpful WMP
Quote:> Windows Media Player 7.1 version. Also have RealPlayer.
> RealPlayer shows under Multimedia in Programs/Accessories
> but Media Player does not. RealPlayer sounds are okay.
> None for Media Player. I assume both should be able to
> play. I've tried to remove the Windows Media Player
> programs using the control panel. No results. I'm
> frustrated - not a real computer techy...just want my
> sounds that use MediaPlayer, such as 123Greetings.com to
> be there.