Fix tsbyuv.dll errors
tsbyuv.dll is a DLL file which is responsible for component Toshiba Video Codec in Windows systems like Windows 7 Professional Edition 64-bit. It was created on 7/13/2009 4:51:24 PM, the size is 12288 bytes and its version is 6.1.7600.16385.
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tsbyuv.dll is missing or was not found.
When you restart your computer, you would receive tsbyuv.dll blue screen of death (BSOD), along with stop error code:
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GUESS WHAT? I've been searching for an answer re: PLUG-INS for XPWindows Media Player 11.0.5721.5280
I think I may have found the answer to my question, (IF) I'm reading this correctly then I don't have any Plug-ins ! AND if I don't, WHERE can I get what I need so that I can use this darn thing?? * If you're a GEEK you'll know what this INFO means :) Version 11.0.5721.5280 Operating System Version: Content Partner None Found
no picture when playing dvds but I do have sound
Need some guidance on WMP 11. Prior to the 4th June 2012 I had no problems with playing DVDs whilst using Windows Media Player version 11 for XP. As from the 5 June 2012, WMP will no longer play DVDs. Updated WMP. Reinstalled it and still have the same problem. Had to verify I had genuine windows software, which I did. WMP will play downloaded or streamed content from the net but not DVDs Content Partner None Found
I have tried restores before and never had much luck. I kept going back further each time and the last possible restore point worked. That was soon after I'd posted. Regardless of that. I must thank you for taking the trouble for reading my post and advising me though by the time I had read your kind and thoughtful reply, my problem was sorted. One thing that might be of interest. Was that I mentioned to a friend of mine about removing 'Microsoft Office' from my Pc and I was thinking, could that impact on WMP not working correctly as it came packaged as a bundle. he mentioned it could do! Again, Thank you very much, Take care and maybe one day I can return the kind gesture you have shown me.
You did not mention System Restore...did you try that? Restoring to a time before the issue began might be worth a try. (306084) How to restore Windows XP to a previous state http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=306084
System restore has saved me lots of times. If you ever try it and it fails to restore the system...try running it in Safe Mode. Reason being that other programs can sometimes interfere with it...especially virus scanners. No one has all the answers...especially me...but if you mean an OEM bundle as in the software that came on the computer when you purchased it...I would say no... uninstalling a trial of MS Office should have no impact on Windows Media Player. Thanks for the feedback.
my computer freez(stop working) when i play h264,mp4 movies on WIN7
my computer freeze(stop working) when i play h264,mp4 movies.i have win7 starter,DDR3 2gb ram,radeon hd 4350 graphics card(1gb memory),CPU-dual core duo 2.93GHZ ,720p LCD TV monitor.but nice play with win XP pro.it happens only on win7.i try vlc and media player classic.same result.pl some one help Windows Media Player Version 12.0.7600.16385 Operating System Version: 6.1.7600 System Locale: MIXPLAY MIXPLAY_USA
Download and install K-lite media codec pack. Hope the newer version of codecs will help you solve your problem. http://www.free-codecs.com/download/k_lite_codec_pack.htm
Windows 7 Professional in Virtual Machine - Windows Genuine Advantage Problem
I have had Windows 7 Professional (32-bit) since January 2010. I put a 64-bit version of Windows 7 on my physical computer and put the 32-bit version on a VM in February, but it suddenly decided that the product key was invalid. It has never had a problem until now. It doesn't matter how many times I reboot or try to type in the product key. It gives me error code 0xC004C008 and it says, "The activation server determined that the specified product key could not be used." The System Information is listed below: System Summary OS Name Microsoft Windows 7 Professional Version 6.1.7600 Build 7600 Other OS Description Not Available Microsoft XPS Document Writer Microsoft XPS Document Writer XPSPort: Local Server Please help, I don't know what to do! Should I reinstall Windows or is there something else I could do?
I have had Windows 7 Professional (32-bit) since January 2010. I put a 64-bit version of Windows 7 on my physical computer and put the 32-bit version on a VM in February, but it suddenly decided that the product key was invalid. If you used the same key that is the reason. You must buy a second key. You can only have one install per key. You can not use the same key to activate two installs of Windows 7, even if one is a VM because it is considered to be a separate computer. You will need to use a second key for the VM. You can buy another copy here (Full Version): http://store.microsoft.com/microsoft/Windows-Windows-7/category/102 Windows 7 EULA: 3d. Use with Virtualization Technologies. Instead of using the software directly on the licensed computer, you may install and use the software within only one virtual (or otherwise emulated) hardware system on the licensed computer. When used in a virtualized environment, content protected by digital rights management technology, BitLocker
I'd suggest you run the diagnostics tool on the one that shows non genuine, then copy and paste the results back here to further diagnose the problem: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=52012 Also what versions are you using, OEM, retail, or MSDN? How many physical installation disks do you have all together?
Product keys do not come on the dvd. What kind of package did you purchase?
Did you use the same Windows 7 Professional product key for both installations? If you did, that is the problem. You would need a new "Full Version" Windows 7 product key for the VM Windows 7 installation.
You have already used your product key once (the 32bit version). You cannot also use it for the 64bit version. You get to choose one.
I purchased two product keys that each came on a seperate disk. They are not related except that it is windows 7.
Unable to play online games, launcher stopped working
Original Title: I need a fix. My launcher on several internet based games dont work. I ran a Launcher diagnostic report threw the game and got this. Very long report(Most of which i did not post). Does it show the answer to why my launcher suddenly stopped working? If you need the full report I can send an email. System Information report written at: 06/18/13 19:24:50 System Name: ACER-PC [System Summary] MAC Address Not Available Driver c:\windows\system32\drivers\tunnel.sys (6.1.7601.17514, 122.50 KB (125,440 bytes), 11/20/2010 7:24 PM)
1. StarWars The Old Republic. MMO 2. Its is a Launcher Diagnostic application, in the game file. 3. For this game I get to the launcher and it lets me go as far as logging in, and downloading patches. then I press the play button and the launcher goes away. for a split second it looks like 2 black overlay sceens flash on the screen. then nothing. 4. I use IE (Everything was fine until I attached my xbox hard drive to my computer, so im guessing system files are corrupt) I checked on the DEP and it was set for essential windows programs already. I tried turning off the UAC and it isnt better for it. no worse but i still have the issue. I can email you the total dino if you think you can fix it out of the maze of info. Im hoping its just a settings error caused from file change on uninstalled hardware.
Can I get something helpful on this? whats the deal?
Hi Cliff, To provide the appropriate resolution, I would need more information from your end. 1. Which game are you trying to launch? The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might reset security settings or privacy settings that you added to the list of Trusted Sites. The Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature might also reset parental control settings. We recommend that you note these sites before you use the Reset Internet Explorer Settings feature. Hope this information helps. Reply to the post with updated status of the issue to assist you further.
Windows 7 freezes at random intervals, despite full format and reinstall, even in safe mode,
I bought my computer a few months ago and after a recent windows update it started to freeze up at seemingly random intervals. The system just becomes totally unresponsive, even the keyboards are locked, and needs to be reset. A few times it would not even boot properly after a freeze. I've since re-formatted my hard drive and reinstalled my windows 7 ultimate edition but the problems still persist. I've tried running memory and system file checks but it would not finish as the computer freezes every 10 mins or so, I've tried also starting in safe mode and there is still the same issue. Could someone please help cos I'm running out of ideas here... Here's the first few pages of my system information sheet. System Information report written at: 09/03/11 21:27:57 System Name: MIN-T1055PC Memory Address 0xA0000-0xBFFFF Driver c:\windows\system32\drivers\atikmpag.sys (220.127.116.1110, 238.00 KB (243,712 bytes), 20/04/2011 1:22 AM)
Hello Thanks for the help, status is pretty much unchanged, it would refuse to boot half the time (not even going past the POST stage) while other times it would get into windows and everything will seem to be working "normally" until some freeze happens randomly (running RAM checks on multiple cores seemed like a easy way of triggerng a freeze but the ram checks I've done so far never reported any issues). I have reinstalled windows 7 on 3 separate occasions ver the last few months, the first time arond reinstalling everything was ok for about 2 weeks, and I updated windows and my famly installed a few softwares each before it started acting up. The next two times I pretty much had problem from the very start. And yes I get the latest windows update installed everytime reformat and reinstall. I'm thinking the isue is probably somthing to do ith the hardware at this stage, since my computer has a valid 1 year hardware and parts warranty I'll take it in fo service shortly.
This event seems to follow on with every crash event Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-EventTracing/Admin Source: Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-EventTracing Date: 6/11/2011 10:27:20 AM Event ID: 3
Hello ZM72, What is the status of you computer as of now? Is it able to boot into Windows? You advised you reinstalled Windows 7 and still were having random freezes. Did you install any software after reinstalling, prior to having this issue? Did the computer update all Windows Updates? Please let us know status.
Log Name: System Source: Microsoft-Windows-Kernel-Power Date: 30/10/2011 9:23:30 PM Event ID: 41 Task Category: (63)
Hi, 1. Are you over clocking your Computer? 2. Is the temperature of the CPU rising? 3. Is the cooling of the processor is correct? You may run the Check disk through System recovery options and check if it helps. In the command prompt type CHKDSK and Press Enter. What are the system recovery options in Windows 7 ? http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/What-are-the-system-recovery-options-in-Windows-7 Note : You may lose small amount of data while performing check disk when Windows tries to fix the bad sector in the Hard drive. Also make sure that there is no obstruction between the exhaust of the computer
Thanks for the help! Strangely after asking here the problem magically disappeared for a few weeks but now its back, with 2 crashes last week and 3 more the week before, same symptoms with sudden screen freezes and computer becoming unresponsive, after I reset it, it then fails to boot for a little while (as in unable to even get the past the POST on startup). I haven't installed or changed anything on this computer at all. My computer wasn't overclocked and the hardware hasn't been modified at all shince shipping. I can see the CPU fan spinning normally from the outside and ran a few CPU temperature moniotrs and the temps raise with increased workload but never really exceeds 50 degrees C. I did notice that my MB has a mode called turbo UCC which when switched on I wasn't able to detect the CPU temperature via software. But I have never had that mode on normally. Also ran a few stress tests on my GPU, the fans work fairly well, stepping up according to the load and temps went up but
Hello ZM72, Thank you for the response back. Please let us know status and resolution. This might be able to assist others who experience the same problem. Thanks again.
What ever happened with this? Did you fix the issue?
Thanks for the help! The computer has been unbootable all week until now, attaching the logs for chkdisk... The type of the file system is NTFS. WARNING! F parameter not specified. Running CHKDSK in read-only mode. Event >
Please post a copy of a chkdsk report on your C partition. Select Start, Run, type "cmd" without quotes in the box and press the ENTER key. Type chkdsk and press the ENTER key and a report, detailing amongst other things a summary of how the disk space is utilised, is provided. If you want a report on a partition or drive other than C you need to go to that partition. To access F, where F is the required partition you type F: and press the ENTER key. Copying reports from a command prompt can be tricky. Right click and select Mark. This enables you to highlight selected text and click to copy. You then go to an open Word, Notepad or similar file, right click and paste. The selected text transfers from your clipboard to the open file. You can paste directly into a reply message to most forums. Event Viewer Reports 1. Normally when an error occurs on your computer looking in Event Viewer should be your starting point for finding a solution. Most system related errors are logged and gettin
Windows Media Player 11 - Vista Home Premium x86 - C00D1199 error / 80040218; can only play about half of my library files
I've tried like everything on the forum, I think I need to reinstall Windows Media Player (Version: 11.0.6001.7008). Some of my codecs now don't work correctly & only about half of my previous playable songs still play. I wish I had a old System Restore point, but now all my old Restore Points are gone. Microsoft's download/update site is of no help, Microsoft only offers downloads for pre-Vista versions. For Vista, it says to restore using program recovery within Vista. I did go to my Sony VAIO Recovery Center program's Reinstall Programs or Drivers tab, but unfortunately Windows Media Player is not listed as one of the many factory-installed programs that can be restored to the original condition. I don't want to wipe my entire harddrive just to fix one program by doing the Restore C: Drive or Restore Computer System options because I have over 105GB worth of stuff that would need to be backed up. How do I reinstall just Windows Media Player or how do a fix this error problem???? I know the files are not corrupt because they play fine on my Compaq computer which has the same exact music files, only difference is the WMP version on my Compaq computer is like 11.0.8 I think. I already tried the Basic & Full versions of K-lite Codec package & my WMP still only plays about half of my library. The Windows Media Player error I get when I try to play an originally playable file is: "Windows Media Player cannot play the file. The Player might not support the file type or might not support the codec that was used to compress the file." Opening the Web Help link on the error box, it goes to: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/webhelp/default.aspx?&mpver=11.0.6001.7008&id=C00D1199&contextid=83&originalid=80040218 which says the original error code was: "Technical Details = This error might have been triggered by an error in another program or component of Windows. The following information describes the original error. Original Error Code 80040218 Original Error Message No combination of filters could be found to render the stream." Media Guide MediaGuide URGE MTVN
Download DirectX from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=3b170b25-abab-4bc3-ae91-50ceb6d8fa8d , and try installing it on top of the current install. If that doesn't help, use Mp3tag to remove the tags of one of the MP3 files that don't play (right-click - Remove tag ), and check if the file can be played after that. Tim De Baets http://www.bm-productions.tk Ok I figured out the problem. This problem started occur around the same week that I upgraded my iTunes + Quicktime to a newer version. I went with my gut feeling & uninstalled everything Apple related on my Vaio. (I was also having a problem where Quicktime refused to play with sound, files would play but no sound would be heard) Then tried to play my unplayable mp3s, & they all play with no errors! I reinstalled iTunes & Quicktime & the whole Apple package thing on their site, & WMP refuses to play like half my mp3 library again =( Something about iTunes, Bonjour, Apple Software Update,
Yes, this is likely an issue with iTunes and/or Quicktime. I suggest that you report this in the Apple Discussion Forums . Tim De Baets http://www.bm-productions.tk
Oops, forgot to mention that all the previously playable files are mp3s, so basically only about half of my mp3s that I have are still playable. The other half, I get a red x-marked circle that appears next to the mp3s when I'm looking at my WMP library, and when clicked on the circle or when trying to play the mp3s that has the red circle, that C00D1199 / 80040218 error shows up.
What's the file type (MP3, WMA, WAV...) of the songs that don't play anymore? Tim De Baets http://www.bm-productions.tk
Yes, this is likely an issue with iTunes and/or Quicktime. I suggest that you report this in the Apple Discussion Forums . Tim De Baets http://www.bm-productions.tk Yea I posted it over on http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=12366091 & I guess no one has found a good solution either =(
Download DirectX from http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=3b170b25-abab-4bc3-ae91-50ceb6d8fa8d , and try installing it on top of the current install. If that doesn't help, use Mp3tag to remove the tags of one of the MP3 files that don't play (right-click - Remove tag ), and check if the file can be played after that. Tim De Baets http://www.bm-productions.tk
.wmv files no longer play on Windows Media Player, get C00D11B1 error message.
I am running Vista Home Basic 32 bit and I was able to run just about any video on Windows Media Player, but suddenly today it stopped playing any .wmv files that I have saved or new ones I download. All other formats still play including .mpg, .mpeg, and .avi. I tried installing K-lite Codec Pack and its update but did not help. When it installed it needed me to uninstall four different codec packs I had on my system, and at the end it listed a few links that it said were broken (I don't remember which ones.) Before installing the Codec Pack I had not made any changes to my system. My video and sound drivers are the most current versions. The following is the support information for WMP. Windows Media Player Version 11.0.6002.18311 Operating System Version: 6.0.6002 System Locale: Content Partner None Found
Hi Ace531, As a first step of troubleshooting, I would suggest you to update your sound driver by following the steps in Method 1. Method 1: Windows Media Player C00D11B1 http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/C00D11B1 Note: The steps are also applicable to Windows Vista Media Player. Method 2: Re-register wmvdecod.dll Wmvdecod.dll is responsible for all your .wmv files to play on Windows Media Player. If .wmv files aren’t playing, then probably wmvdecod.dll file might have gone corrupted. I would suggest you to re-register wmvdecod.dll by following the steps mentioned below. a. Click on Start; in the start search type cmd. b. Right click on cmd.exe and choose to “Run as administrator”. c. Type the following commands and press Enter after typing each command. Regsvr32 /u wmvdecod.dll Regsvr32 wmvdecod.dll d. Close the command prompt and then check if you’re able to play .wmv files. Additional information: FIX: Windows Media Player 11 cannot play WMV files that contain multiple vi
Hi, I'm actually having a similar problem except I cannot rip any CD's to wma format. It continues to tell me I am missing codec, however I have automatic codec updates enabled and have tried installing several 3rd party codex packs with no luck at all. I was able to rip to wma format a few months ago but have not been able to since. Any help would be great.
dvdmaker error 99%
I have searched for weeks for a solution to this..... there are lots of other people with the same problem, but I haven't found anyone with an answer that works for me yet. Windows 7 Home Premium, Asus K52JT laptop In DVDmaker I can create a DVD using single or multiple WMV files, preview works fine. Select Burn, encoding starts, gets to about 75% then zips up to 99%, fails with error and Discs haven't been touched - it doesn't even start burning anything. Content Partner None Found
Don't know if they've been converted - they are from a hd video camera orignally and were given to me by a colleague. I'm supposed to burn them to disc and distribute to other colleagues for training, which is why I want it to look as professional as I can. I tried mmconvert to convert to avi but it seemed to just freeze in the middle of the first video. It will take days to convert them all if it is just that slow. I found an old MS codec pack on the MS site, but it won't install on Win7. Something like this would be a great start, as at least I would know I had the default MS codecs installed. About to try the latest version of K-Lite codec pack. It will possibly break my system even more, but it can't be any worse than it is (ie not working at all). Windows reinstall is the next step, otherwise it looks like I'll need to buy 3rd party software, which sucks as I paid for DVDmaker when I bought Win7.
Maybe the following article would be worth a look: How to Burn DVD's with Windows DVD Maker http://www.7tutorials.com/how-burn-dvds-windows-dvd-maker (scroll down to ...What To Do In Case Of Issues)
Sorry, I should have realized you already tried disabling the filters. Just wondering...have the .WMV files in question been converted? If_Yes_maybe a different converter would be worth a try.
The following freeware may be worth a try for burning your DVD: (FWIW) It's always a good idea to create a System Restore Point before installing software or updates) DVD Flick http://www.videohelp.com/tools/DVD_Flick Ulead, etc...but at least this is a start. Good luck.
Thanks for this, but I had found that page already (I reckon I've read hundreds of pages referring to this issue). Forgot to mention above that I have tried disabling filters in the compatibility tab, I only have the AVI Decrompessor installed which from my reading usually isn't the problem anyway. Tried restore all defaults, no option makes any difference for me. It would be great if there was an install file for DVDmaker so I could reinstall it from scratch, along with a MS approved Codec pack..... too much to ask for it seems though.
Media player windows 7 Prp play half way though then stop dont give a err code
Windows Media Player Version 12.0.7601.17514 Operating System Version: 6.1.7601 System Locale: en-US Content Partner None Found
Hi, Thank you for posting your query on Microsoft Community. To assist you better, I would like to know whether the issue is specific when playing certain file formats or the issue persists in all file formats. Did you try the same in a different player? This could be due to the corruption in Media player settings. We will assist you to resolve the issue. I suggest you to uninstall and reinstall Windows media player and check if it helps to resolve the issue. Please follow the below steps: Open up Control Panel and type “windows features” into the search box, and then click on Turn Windows features on or off. Search for Media Features –> Windows Media Player. Uncheck the Windows Media Player option. If you are prompted with a dialogue box, press Yes. Reboot the computer. Repeat the same steps to access the Windows Media Player option and this time, Place a check mark on Windows Media Player. Hope the information helps. Let us know if you need further assistance. We will be happy to hel
Audio is out of sync with video on Windows Media Player 7 after 12 Oct, 2010 Windows update
I downloaded the recent big Tuesday Windows Security Patch on 12 Oct, 2010 and now all my videos are out of sync with the audio whenever I play them on Windows Media Player version 12.0.7600.16667. I've tried running updates for Windows and Sony Vaio for drivers and it says everything is up to date, so I'm at a loss. One of my friends said he thought I may need to update the Codec or something. I've been to the Windows FAQ page on Codec and DivX updates, but that doesn't tell me jack about what the problem is. Does anyone know how to fix this? I don't know if this will help or not, but this is the info I got off of the Windows Media Player: Windows Media Player Version 12.0.7600.16667 Operating System Version: 6.1.7600 Any help at all would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
My buddy who works in computers said it sounded like the CODECs, and I've been to the webpage in step 1 that you listed, but that doesn't tell me anything. It's just gee whiz info about what a CODEC is and there are hundreds of them out there. That's nice and all, but what CODEC do I actually need to download? How do I find out which one I need, and once I do, where do I get it from? I tried steps 2, and 3 and they didn't work. I also tried step 4, but the Change Settings feature is disabled, as mentioned in your note. I had this same problem happen one time on my older laptop, and I believe all I needed to do was update the CODEC or DiVX or something like that, but I don't know how to find which ones I need or where to get them at. Thanks.
Hello Sadriel_Fett, Step 1: Try installing the latest codecs and check. http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Codecs-frequently-asked-questions Step 2: Regards, Savan – Microsoft Support.
Wrong colors in video playback in Windows Media Player 12
When I try to play an AVI video in WMP12 the colors appear to be yellowy or reddish. Coincidentally, the same thing happens online with Dailymotion.com videos. I am guessing this has to do with the codec since when I play back the same video on VLC Player the colors appear normal. However, I do not know how to change the codec used in WMP12 or even determine which one is being used. I am enclosing the Support Info for my system. Any help is appreciated; thank you. Windows Media Player Version 12.0.7601.17514 Operating System Version: 6.1.7601 System Locale: Content Partner None Found
Windows Media Player 12 will only burn 11 minutes of music on to each 80 MB CD - it should record 80 minutes
My Windows Media Player will not copy all tracks of a music album on to a CD. There are only 7 mp3 tracks, so not a long album. It splits the burning over two CD's, stating that each CD has a maximum recording length of 11 minutes. I have no problem with these CD-R's on another computer. My Windows 7 is up to date, and I have the latest version of Media Player. I am using 80mb TDK 90min. CD's. Using another CD writer on the same computer, I have no problem, but cannot do it with Windows Media Player. A print-out of the Technical Support Information from my version of Media Player is included below (I do not know what it all means, but I am sure it will be useful to someone). I would appreciate any help or guidance. Many thanks Content Partner None Found
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Dear Mme, Sir, I am Architect Maher Nahlawi from Lebanon who has a passion for music and have been collecting music data for more than 20 years. Recently i upgraded from Windows XP and WMP 10 to Windows 7 and WMP 11. My first problem began when i realized that all my music files/albums which I thoroughly sorted by “ Artist Maher Nahlawi *** Email address is removed for privacy ***
Dear Support, I am grateful for your prompt reply, however and unfortunately the procedures you recomended are those i always do. Seems you did not understand the problem well, thus i am attaching an image showing the error message i described in my previous message. Awaiting for your kind support and solutions. Best Regards Maher Nahlawi
These should help you control the libraries. Add items to the Windows Media Player Library http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Add-items-to-the-Windows-Media-Player-Library Add or edit media information in Windows Media Player http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Add-or-edit-media-information-in-Windows-Media-Player Create a new library http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Create-a-new-library Remove items from the Windows Media Player Library http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Remove-items-from-the-Windows-Media-Player-library Windows Media Player Library: frequently asked questions http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/Windows-Media-Player-Library-frequently-asked-questions Hope this helps.
Recorded TV : Playback skips and or stalls. file corruption? Or codec issue?
I am having a problem with my recorded TV files. DVDs and online content work fine. When watching the recorded TV files with Media center or media player they get stuck. Video and audio stops for around 45 seconds to a minute and resumes missing that minute or so of content. It happens in the same spots in any given file on multiple files. It happens on files I have watched with no issues in the past. When I play the files with cyberlink they just skip over the "problem" content. I might be imagining it but I think the problem is getting worse as time goes on. I'm leaning toward a codec issue. As the problem is across different players. I still wonder about file corruption. Just simply because files I have viewed with no problems before are now presenting the same problem. I would however think if a codec went bad or was somehow replaced it could cause the problem on older content as well. I have not installed any codec packs. Is it possible to reinstall or repair the codecs I have? Am I barking up the wrong tree? Hopefully helpful info follows. P.s. Just figured out that original builder used shark007 for codecs. I have not updated since the build. So that will be my next step. I was trying to avoid utilities as the help section said to be careful with codec packs. Now I know the builder used it Ill be more confident using that. Wish me luck and let me know if I'm headed the wrong direction. Thanks for any help! -Kirk Ran Windows update. Content Partner None Found
for anyone that stumbles across this I fixed my problem by changing the drive I was recording to. I had been recording to a secondary drive. when I changed the default recording directory back on to my main drive (the one windows is installed on) my problem ceased to exist.
For better response post this in the Green Button forums http://experts.windows.com/frms/windows_entertainment_and_connected_home/f/114/p/50325/223476.aspx#223476
Windows Media Player (WMP) playlist: to sort or not to sort - order is incorrect
WMP screws up the sort order when adding items to a (blank) playlist. What I've tried: * wmp-playlist created by adding 15 files using drag-n-drop * wmp-playlist created by adding 15 files using right-click and then play * wmp-playlist created by adding 15 files using right-click then add to wmp
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