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Windows Media Player

by rositam / April 28, 2005 3:25 AM PDT

I was using Windows Media Player to play my CD's and everything was fine until yesterday. Now I can't get any sound but if I use the other program put on my computer when I purchased it - Realtek Sound Manager - that works fine. Except with REaltek it will play about 4 tracks and then it jumps back to track 1 - or if I advance to the next track - it will jump back to the beginning after a few tracks too. Any ideas?

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Rositam, Sounds Like The Drives Gone Bad...
by Grif Thomas Forum moderator / April 28, 2005 7:47 AM PDT
In reply to: Windows Media Player

...Whenever posting questions on these forums, please give us as much information as possible about your computer. Depending on your issue, we might need the operating system, processor speed, amount of RAM installed, brand name of the computer, (if there is one), and any EXACT error messages you are receiving, plus any other information you think might be helpful. In your case, it would be nice to know the EXACT version of WMP that you are using. The more information you give us, the better informed our answer will be.

Have you scanned your computer with spyware removal tools lately?

Have you scanned the computer with registry cleaning tools lately?

Just in case it's a software issue, please check the drive manufacturer's website and see if there are any new firmware drivers for the drive. Installing them might help.

CD-Rom's don't last forever but let's see if we can get it running first. New CD burners and drives are fairly cheap now and sometimes it's easier just to replace them.

Hope this helps.

Grif

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by rositam / April 29, 2005 2:12 AM PDT

Sorry I fogot the info - it's a Mind Computer AMD Athlon 64 Processor 3400+ 2.4GHZ processor, 1GB Ram -no error messages occur - just does what I said. Its WMp 10. Yes I did scan for spyware and registry cleaning tools just recently. Hope this helps more - still not working!!

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