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In this tutorial top cases from the internet have been chosen to make sure that the user gets the best and the state of the art process handling when it comes to windows media player issues and the related resolutions. Top 4 cases that the people face in this regard has been discussed as under to make sure that other users get to the resolution and can also get the issues resolved as soon as possible.
My windows media player has stopped working, it was not able to play my videos, even those videos that I was able to play before, what should I do. Error message a problem stopped the program working correctly windows will close the program and notify you if a solution is available. Then it will prompt me to close the app
It is one of very rare issues that a user faces in relation to Windows Media Player and for the same reason it is also to be noted that a user should make sure that a set of resolutions that can be found at the URL -1641505/windows-media-player-stopped-working.html are to be followed to make sure that the problem is rectified. In this particular case the user needs to make sure that the first resolution that has been posted in the thread has to be followed which is two parted i.e. system restore and alternate player switching. The second resolution is not recommended at all as this tutorial deals with the fixing of error of the windows media player altogether without any issue and problem and for the same reason it is also to be note that a user should make sure that the system restore is done as in most of the cases this solution not only works but it also makes sure that the problem is rectified and there is no need of reinstalling the windows media player.
There are couple of solutions that can be found at the URL -media-player-11-won-t-open-at-all-250548/ and the user can apply them to make sure that the issue has been resolved and for the same reason it is also to be noted that the user should make sure that either the registry protection software is disabled or the overall antivirus is disabled and then the problem is checked. Most of the antivirus software programs also act as registry protectors and for the same reason the user should make sure that the issue is not only rectified but resolved totally by disabling them and once the issue is resolved by doing so then it means that the antivirus is not compatible and needs to be changed as soon as possible as other programs might also be effected by the usage.
I'm so frustrated right now. After regular updates, everything on my notebook seems to be going on the fritz. The finger print reader that came with the notebook no longer functions and I'm being told it's just not compatible with the newer versions of everything. Now my media players are not working. I've looked at those updates and still nothing works. Why?
The user should make sure that this tool is run in full to make sure that the issue has been resolved. Alternatively if the user is again not getting the issue resolved then as a last resort the user should make sure that the URL -us/mats/windows_media_player_diagnostic is visited to download the official diagnostics tool to get the issue resolved as soon as possible.
The windows by default have a 32 bit media player installed and for the same reason it is also to be noted that user should make sure that the player is changed to 64 bit if the compatibility issues are being faced. Following is the process that is to be followed:
5.The user then make sure that the windows media player icon is then removed from the desktop and the system is restarted and afterwards within the C: the user should paste the file that was stored with the .reg extension to resolve the issue. The complete process can also be viewed at the URL: -to-set-64-bit-windows-media-player-12-wmp12-as-default-player where it can be followed.
3.The system is then to be rebooted and the uninstalling has been finished. To reinstall the user should make sure that the same process is applied and the windows media payer check box is ticked again to reinstall the program and get the issue resolved.
If I add me.Play(); after I set the source uri, it will work when i debug in Visual Studio. But when I run the xbap outside of Visual Studio, I will get the MediaFailed exception. I also will need to stream media files online, so it may take some time to download. That's why I thought I needed to call Play in the MediaOpened event.
Looks like it is failing due to a specific media player error, you can search online for error "C00D11B1", it will return a lot of results on how people have been solving this problem. It's not related to WPF.
I also suggest you to try play the media in Windows Media Player first, in case it's a DRM content, Media Player will automatically download the license for it, WPF, unfortunately does not do that for you, but it will play the media if the license is pre-downloaded. Media Player will also download any required codec for the media type. 2b1af7f3a8