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Windows Media Player Ridiculous Resource Hogging.

shiram2010-09-13, 10:02 AMWinamp for all music listening, as its the best player i found for my FLAC files. This is crazy.. However, once I added the password I was able to log in and all the network drives appeared to be connected without anyred crossesor messages. The 2 minutes of unresponsiveness when opening either program is getting to the point of jumping ship. http://roguewb.com/windows-media/windows-media-player-my-default-player.html

I still like Samsung stuff, though ... Sounds like it's been specifically crafted for those dodgy people that download dodgy vids off the net. Windows 7 and the new WMC made a believer out of me. Same here. :-( I just can't find a fix for this. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-media-player-ridiculous-resource-hogging.426111/

Surely the point is that if the software was properly written - even just *slightly better* written - then it wouldn't matter WHAT people clicked on. anyway.Edit:After reading up a bit on the FPS drops Aoc have it seems like the Dropped FPS has to do with the textures loading in, this kind of "FPS booster" is As far as the interface for WMC, I've tried Mediaportal, MythTV, and XBMC for HTPC frontends, and WMC beats them all with a big stick. Wednesday, January 27, 2010 11:32 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Still no idea...

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I would NOT recommend installing a codec pack. Could Chrome be causing this? Winamp for my more selective FLAC collection. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/a1d8f893-29b2-4b61-8b36-300b720b6bbb/windows-media-player-12-library-problem?forum=w7itpromedia Your ad could be here, right now.

It does SOUND like bollocks when you hear it initially. Could be because of CCCP, but they always open in what I've told them to. Perhaps it should read "more vulns"? It serves my purposes; .wma format is compatible with my phone and my car seems to play them via USB as well.

  1. I've had a similar problem with music stored on a NASand have just discovered a fix that worked for me.
  2. You can even stream your music over the internet, if you're so inclined.
  3. Right-Click on the bar where the Prev/Next Arrows are -> Tools -> Advanced -> Restore media library...

They elevate someone to the role of 'knows computers' just because they know where the on switch is and if they can manage to order something from Amazon or find the why not try these out Will Robinson...... I was using Foobar with creative ASIO beforehand and while that is fine, I think I already like they way WMP 12 organizes my music....so far. But that is definitely something that people do!posted by flabdablet at 9:47 PM on March 13, 2016 God, that Onion piece is perfect.

Next opening WMP causes high CPU usage and generates a lot of I/O bytes - i guess it is because WMP check all of the folders in library against any possibilities weblink It takes so much eventually that the music skips and stutters. Ahhh.. Up until then, Windows opened up without having to sign in.

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The sound driver is not Realtek, it's another HD driver. It's also included as part of XP, under Program Files\Windows Media Player\mplayer2.exe If you know and trust the source of all your videos, and don't run IE or have it plugged But then again, anything with her in it is malicious...

Actually, if you don't want all your resources eaten by the various functions and eye candy included in the newer versions, 6.4 is a good little player.

Anyone have any ideas? Does it work? ALO Audio Tinsel, Litz and... Does it work?

Wednesday, March 24, 2010 5:30 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Sorry, this is not applicable to me since I've had a password-protected account from day one. I have posted my specific issue and steps in a separate thread http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/w7itpromedia/thread/537df80b-4b7b-40fd-950f-0fdc2bec7935 Saturday, November 07, 2009 12:48 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote @NH43: How did you The Media Players concerned are all packaged in the ACE Mega Codecs Pack which contains pretty much every popular codec going. 0 0 11 Dec 2007 Gordon Fecyk "We are not his comment is here Also, when you play a video then go back to the "now playing" mode, you have to manually right click and show list.

You should see some strings that look like PCI\VEN_1AF4&DEV_1000&SUBSYS_00011AF4&REV_00.