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I tried it on this: mms://stream.gundam.eu/animax. I'm going to try and stick mainly to WMP and am glad only that in discovering this problem today, it will assist me troubleshooting others systems who may experience this. Kellie I'm with Sean. The first one it tries is Multicast, then UDP if Multicast fails, TCP is tried next, then if all else fails, it goes to HTTP. http://roguewb.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-network-sharing-service-configuration.html

I could tell they were trying to get rid of me as soon as I told them my problem. If I close it, I have to reboot the system to open it again.By the way, only once WMP worked well, openning and closing several times. Mcfaul Thanks William You really saved my day. Note that media player had to re-download the licenses. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/a962e386-d8e6-496d-9f97-754019d504d3/windows-media-player-wont-open?forum=w7itpromedia

Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service Configuration Application Has Stopped Working

In the following block there should be the internal error that the WMP uninstall ran into.I would be lightly suspicious of hard drive failure at this point, and would probably suggest Populate Existing Map from SOQL Query Hot swapping people in a scrum team Is it an alarming sign, if a company's hiring process for senior/lead developer doesn't include a coding task? Reply ↓ Sarje on February 13, 2009 at 6:43 pm said: #77, Yay!

  1. i have vista and media player 11.
  2. This is a year after this subject was brought up, and I get it with Windows 7 Professional.
  3. Reply ↓ Niagara on October 14, 2008 at 2:49 pm said: My problems started with the recent automatic updates to Vista Home Premium that seemed to take a couple of hours
  4. I tried ever tip I could find - setting program defaults, removing & reinstalling, etc.
  5. THis issue has to do with the deprecation of the mms protocal.
  6. Here's the tool that finally worked for me: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/repair-fix-windows-7-vista-problems-with-fixwin-utility I tried FixWMP first, no dice.
  7. after 76 failed tries!
  8. Reply ↓ metoikos on June 22, 2009 at 4:59 pm said: but mine is vista.
  9. I have absolutely no idea which one of your solutions worked for me… but one did!
  10. I'm using Vista Home Basic and after installing SP1 I got the dreaded error when playing ANY mp3 or wma music.

Close the option box and you are done. the reason is simple and the answer is the same. ---- If you downloaded generic drivers, or if you are using a software which upadte your drivers like DRIVER GENIUS or I get alternating error messages, either C00D11B1 or C00D1199. Here is the link: http://www.thewindowsclub.com/repair-fix-windows-7-vista-problems-with-fixwin-utility Thursday, July 29, 2010 4:33 PM 0 Sign in to vote I followed "EZbuttons'" suggestion and it worked perfectly.

No more DRM problems. Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service Windows 7 If you have a small library, or there are a few files that just refuse to cooperate with the above DRM-removal and format conversion tools, you could burn the tracks to Does it get stuck if you simply open and close it without playing anything? http://www.tipandtrick.net/solution-to-windows-media-player-11-wmp11-cannot-stream-and-play-mms-media-protocol-in-vista/ My vacations have just finished.I loved your hint above.

I have a Sound Blaster Live! 24-bit Audio Card running on Window XP SP3. What now? Please help! Thanks you so much April!

Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service Windows 7

PiTi This is NOT the solution to this problem. https://www.lifewire.com/fix-cd-ripping-error-code-c00d10d2-in-windows-media-player-2438888 Oh yes, this problem is relatively "new" in that I know it was working 2 months ago. Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service Configuration Application Has Stopped Working again thanks SO SO SO much!! -Bud http://www.gamecasa.net Reply ↓ Michelle on September 27, 2008 at 9:58 pm said: I've recently tried playing an Xvid movie and it required me to As a vista user, it seems that this fixed the error - but can't set the registry (or really find) to 0.

all other songs worked. his comment is here So after installing iTunes, don't choose to convert your existing library during the setup wizard. Thanks again to the caring, sharing IT enthusiast community - you contribute all the time to my personal growth! 🙂 Reply ↓ Roar - Norway on August 20, 2009 at 6:31 Browse other questions tagged windows-media-player or ask your own question.

does it give you an error? now -- i click on it, the link goes to a blank screen, and i have to copy the url from the link, and paste it into the open url thing, Do you want to try to repair it (this might take a long time)?" When i clicked yes, the video played until 3 minutes, when it abruptly shutoff. this contact form I've tried everything… I was getting worried, thought maybe mikrosoft sent out some kinda bug to stop us music lovers haha..

Sunday, April 11, 2010 9:21 AM 0 Sign in to vote It seems like there may be different problems that are being described. I just took jne instruction that shouldn't be reached (I think), and replaced it with a couple of nop instructions. This site is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations.

like it used to in wmp 9 or 10.

I had to use ps3 media server before on xp (my primary choice of OS) for my network which was fantastic to say the least, however I also have an xbox. What you can try doing is "open up" ports 7000-7007 (traditional Windows Media ports) in your router, and set your Media Player to only receive on those ports - See these Reply ↓ mikel232 on April 18, 2008 at 11:47 am said: I tried everything without luck before this DRM reset fix http://www.netflix.com/pages/previews/resetdrm.exe and everything is ok now. the main cause is your missing a xvidcore.dll and i dont no how i found the solution or it was just luck but it worked for me when i installed that

This is abnormal and indicative of something awry with your system that the player is falling victim to. DarkFilip View Public Profile Find More Posts by DarkFilip 12 Oct 2011 #4 A Guy Windows 7 Home Premium x64 SP1 51,352 posts Bay Area Peninsula Have a I worked my way from 1 up throuh 56 and one of them worked (I know it wasn't the first) nor couldn't I find the DMS file on my pc. http://roguewb.com/windows-media/what-is-windows-media-player-network-sharing-service-used-for.html Right Click on My Computer Left Click on Manage Left Click on Services and Applications Left Click on Services Scroll down the list to "Windows Audio" Then Click on "Start the

This fix did not work at all, the wmp was already selected for those protocols he recommended on my computer.