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To play .mp2v and .dvr-ms files, you must have a DVD decoder hardware or software installed on your computer.

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You need a DVD decoder.  Maybe VLC media player will work.  If this isn't the case, you will need to buy a program to read these files (or DVD) on your computer.

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    As I never had problems with Microsoft Updates in the 3 years that I've owned this computer, I am confused now what has happenned.

    My laptop has a valid copy of Windows XP Professional and has always already been updated successfully, both manually by using the web page for the custom updates and so automatically.

    Can someone please shed some light on the question and how to fix it?  I obviously don't want to need to format this computer.

    I still regularly ran my anti-virus (N360 which is always updated) software and windows defender.  I have also always used Spybot S & D.  None of the mentioned software found no major problems, as I expect, because they are supposed to prevent intrusions. I also run the current Microsoft malicious software removal tool as an extra precaution.

    My problem is:

    After you perform a system restore to an earlier date on my laptop, I wanted to check windows update to make sure that all my security updates are in and up to date.  I opened the page to update as normal, then I accept the license agreement and I continued to the next screen.  Normally, I don't have to do this, he usually directly goes to the page.

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    403-Forbidden: access is denied. You don't have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials you supplied.

    Could be a problem of hijackware but first see this archived thread WinXP general newsgroup: http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.windowsxp.general/browse_frm/thread/4789b22822070e68/ee1886e36b8d6608?#ee1886e36b8d6608

    QED: Have you installed an update to wireless card that had been offered by Windows Update, the other day? ~ Robear Dyer (PA Bear) ~ MS MVP (that is to say, mail, security, Windows & Update Services) since 2002 ~ WARNING: MS MVPs represent or work for Microsoft

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    If xp is always saved, then try to open the internet options settings,

    view of objects, search for & R.click on the WU & MU active x objects

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    Active x, necessary for updates... Express update could be among them

    Moreover, however it is not a part of windows...

  • Error message "Files required to use Windows Update are longer registered or installed on your computer."

    "Files required to use Windows Update are longer registered or installed on your computer" is the message stop & updated. I owned the computer for more than 7 years & used XP all the time. Why does the update fail / stop now? What should I do to get it working?

    Hi B_Tan,

    Please take a look at the following information previously published by TaurArian:

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    If this did not help, you may be re-recorded some files more:

    1. click on start.
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    FYI -.

    http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/958053
    See: method 1: save the Windows Update files

    http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/326253
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    I hope this helps!

  • Updated MS page error: "files required to use Microsoft Update are longer registered or installed on your computer.

    Original title : Could not get the MS update or reinstalled is recorded on the XP Home SP3 machine

    Problem: MS page update error: "files required to use Microsoft Update are longer registered or installed on your computer.
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    Sort of bumped into a wall after trying a bunch of stuff. Here's what I've done so far:

    User login was Admin status for all activities tried & emumerees below, the various assignments of site Ms.

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    Hi Dena. Thanks for check up.

    My machine now works. Here's what happened between my last post and the MS update feature works once more.

    I answered my own question about the SubInACL is allowed file to use on my machine. Googling it I found that it is a 'security descriptor and Editing Migration command-line tool' and that it would work on my XP Home edition. So I have done no harm. But he didn't explain why the machine does not respond to a stop command.

    So, with no harm done and an available restore point, I thought that I would see what the SubInACL program since the drive light was working but no message readable in detail until it was over.

    Googling the first line (echo off) in the batch file led me to a MS page that explains the function of command to echo. If I wanted to see out all I had to do was remove the echo off line. So I used Notepad to remove the line and saved the file. Re-run the bat file then produces a flow of lines in the cmd window - moving too fast to read. I got what I asked for but don't want that I really needed.

    Google "screen xp file output. The second Google result was a link to www.microsoft.com/resources/documentation , which explains how to redirect the output of a command file into a text file. So I followed the example and added a ">" and a unique filename at the end of each line. Worked like a charm. Weres big, very big files. All order lines have reported no failure except HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet which had modified 204160 entries and lines 901 has failed. Looking at a small sample of these faulty items, that they seem to belong to my McAfee AV, so I expect them to be special.

    A reboot of the machine successfully. Still didn't update.

    I ran the MicrosoftFixit program with no error reported.

    Rebooted and found the update feature works again. Cross my fingers batch of this next month of MS updates does not return this ghost.

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    Even if I go through the approval process, and ensures follow-up to 100% of registration I have this message again.  I deleted anything from my computer. What can I do on this please?

    Hello

    1. the changes made to your computer before the show?

    Reset the Windows Update components and check if it helps.

    Try the steps mentioned in the link below and see if that helps.

    http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/971058

    (Important: this section, method, or task contains steps that tell you how to edit the registry.) However, serious problems can occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. Therefore, make sure that you proceed with caution. For added protection, back up the registry before you edit it. Then you can restore the registry if a problem occurs. For more information about how to back up and restore the registry, click on the number below to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base: 322756 how to back up and restore the registry in Windows)

    Also, try the following methods:

    Method 1:

    Optimizer Internet Explorer (click the link for more information and how to optimize Internet Explorer).

    http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows/help/Internet-Explorer/slow-five-tips-to-boost-performance

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    That is where she lies.

  • Recorded TV show = Microsoft .dvr-ms file you want to edit and convert

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    Please visit this link for more information: http://thegreenbutton.com/forums/p/30956/125255.aspx
     
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    Original title: Windows Media Player shows that the new codecs are required

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    Original title: Media Player

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