Windows media player does not detect the black cd in d drive to burn some music?
I am burning music from my library on a black cd on drive D.I had a ready to burn playlist, I incert black drive up there, where he said burn cd now it says cd, incert black, but I have aready done itself do not know why I can start to "burn?
1. did you of recent changes on the computer?
2 when was the last time you were able to burn audio CDs with Windows media player?
3. you have any third-party DVD burning software installed on the computer?
See the Microsoft articles below and check if it helps.
How to troubleshoot problems that occur when you copy data on a CD - R or CD - RW optical disc in Windows XP
How to troubleshoot Audio CD creation in Windows Media for Windows XP player
I have a Pavilion a4310f Prod Nr: race AY014AA-ABA, Win 7 Home Premium 64-bit.
I just found out that Windows Media Player does not recognize the songs, I recently downloaded from Wal-Mart music download Site. The songs can be seen in the music library in a folder called 'Downloads' and I can open each song and he will play when double-clicked. The problem is that I can't create a playlist containing the new songs and burn a copy of the reading list, because the songs are not listed in the Media Library Player any hot it is sorted (artist, Album, Genre, etc.).
Any help/suggestions would be greatly appreciated.Mitch
Went to: start == > Control Panel == > troubleshooting == > view all == > and ran troubleshooting on the library and the settings of WMP.
Convenience store detected library corrupt and "in media files appear in the WMP library. Then ran convenience store on WMP settings which reset OMP to default settings. After that, everything worked as announced.
Thanks to Big_Dave for putting me on the right track.
Microsoft windows media player does not retain the previous size. is irrtating so me gift of reorganize its size every time when I open it.plz help I want stable wmp version 11, version 12 is sucks.
I'll assume you're on Windows 7. Windows Media Player 12 is not supported on Windows Vista or XP and as such, you will need to go back to Windows Media Player 11.
You can check the permissions in the registry to ensure that it is able to record information.
Change the settings of the REGISTRY can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the REGISTRY settings configuration can be solved. Changes to these settings are at your own risk.
Open the registry editor by clicking on start, type regedit.exe in the search box and press on enter, you may be prompted to continue.
In the registry editor, navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER, Software, Microsoft, MediaPlayer, then Preferences.
It should be an element named LastLocation_26, right-click on it and select Rename, and rename it to old LastLocation_26.
Leave the open registry editor and open Media Player, then move it to your favorite place and close Media Player.
In the registry editor, press F5 on your keyboard and check if LastLocation_26 has been recreated.
If this is not the case, there is probably a permissions problem.
If so, the location must be registered.
Let us know.
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Original title: codec .tgz files
My Windows Media Player does not open the .tgz files
1. what happens when you try to open the .tgz files?
2. what version of Windows Media Player do you use?
.tgz file is not supported by Windows Media Player.
You can use your favorite search engine to download and install the latest codec for Windows Media Player. Subsequently, check if you are able to read .tgz files.
Note: Using third-party software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the use of third-party software can be solved. Software using third party is at your own risk.
Hope the helps of information.
I can't do some of my videos to play it goes on to say that Windows media player does not support the codec used to compress the file. How can I fix?
What is the file format of the video files you are trying to play in Windows Media Player?
Windows Media Player cannot play the file. The player might not support the file type or does not support the codec used to compress the file.
You may encounter this error message for the following reasons:
(a) the file type is supported by the drive, but the file was compressed by using a codec that is not supported by the player.
(b) the file might have been encoded with a codec that is not supported by Windows Media Player. If this is the case, Windows Media Player cannot play the file.
Windows media player will play only the files and videos only if it supports this type of file.
Please see the bottom of the article that gives you information on the types of media files that supports Windows Media Player.
If the files are not supported by Windows media player, then you will need to use a few players from third party that supports this file format.
WARNING OF THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE
Using third-party software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the use of third-party software can be solved. Software using third party is at your own risk.
See the link below for more information on the codec.
Codecs: Frequently asked questions
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Windows media player does not recognize my ipod touch to sync
Open WMP in the taskbar from top, find "Tools", scroll down to options.
in the new window, locate the Hardware tab, add hardware.
Windows Media Player is not in the multimedia functions to scroll to the bottom of the pop-up window
1. did you of recent changes on the computer?
2. you receive an error message during playback of WMV files?
3. are you able to play other file format music files using Windows media player?
In Windows vista, you will not find Windows media player available in the list of Windows features.
Check and make sure that your computer has all the necessary codecs installed.
Codecs: Frequently asked questions
Play an audio or video file: frequently asked questions
I recently downloaded Napster to download music and since I did, somehow now, windows media player is not allow me to burn the music I download on a CD, it says "connect a burner and restart player.» I can listen to music on the computer, but now it does not detect a burner. How to get windows to detect my burner?
Have you tried to uninstall the dvd via the Device Manager drive then restart PC to let Windows reinstall? You can do it. If the problem is still there, can give a try? It is a quick easy fix from Microsoft, here is the link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314060. You need to uninstall all third-party software (example: Roxio, Nero, or iTunes) from your computer before you make this correction. After you restart, you can reinstall your software and try again to see if that solves your problem. Otherwise, it could be a bad optical drive. Hope this helps you. Let us know anyway. Make it a great day!
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My media playes does not recognize the mpeg4 files
I recently had to re - install windows vista, after that everything works well, but when I try to read a MPEG4 file, it gives me an error message that it can't play at this time of the fine. It plays music, mpg3 files fine... I tried to do a 'quickfix' but it didn't work.
I suggest you to download and install the latest pack of codec for Windows Media Player. Make a search using your favorite for more information search engine.
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I'm trying to download music from Windows Media Player on my iphone. I can get the files in the synchronization section but the Media Player does not recognize my device or seem to have a way to connect. Can anyone help?
You will need to install iTunes. The iTunes Setup program adds drivers and services for the iPhone. That's what I do:
1. Once iTunes is installed, it allows to import all the music in Windows Media Player.
2. If you want to automatically download album art, you will need to register for an iTunes Store account. Otherwise, just copy the album art from Windows Media Player:
a. at a command prompt, cd in each music folder.
b. attrib s h AlbumArt * Large.jpg
c. xcopy AlbumArt * %tmp% Large.jpg
d. attrib + s + h AlbumArt * Large.jpg
e e.. now, for each album in iTunes, right click and choose 'Get Info'. Drag & drop the corresponding JPG of %tmp% in the field "Cover Art" and click OK.
3. connect your iPhone. Select "Manually manage music" on the screen of the iPhone.
4. click on the icon on the left side of iTunes music. Make sure that all the music that you want to synchronize has an audit. (This is the default).
5 Select and drag it to the icon of the iPhone.
Original title: why Windows Media Player NOT showing my music?
So I recently got myself a new laptop, with Windows 7 Home Premium on it.
I copied my music to my desktop PC (also Windows 7) folder to the new laptop.
All the files are there in my user folder music, however, Windows Media Player absolutely refuse to recognize their existence and will NOT add them to your own library. If I navigate to the folder of the album, select a track or multiple tracks and use the context menu to perform them, which works without problem - WMP will play files.
I checked that the right folder belongs to the library.
The photos that I copied in the same way everywhere appear correctly in the 'Images' of WMP library.
After searching on the internet for answers, I came across three very common solutions either on their own or a combination of seems to work for most people:
(1) removing all THE folders in the music library, then add the. This has no effect.
(2) will "%USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Media Player" and delete the entire contents of this folder, or the folder itself. Note that if stop/start no matter which drive Windows Media services also had no effect.
(3) using the command line tool "attrib" to remove the attribute 'system' of all the files in the folder music.
Anyone got any ideas that are NOT ALL OF THE above MENTIONED the ELEMENTS, which may be able to help here? Otherwise, I'll move to a slightly less fussy Media Player...
In fact, as a result, that gave me an idea.
I went to:
And delete the content of this (this will remove ALL your libraries!).
Then, I used the option "restore default settings", which correctly restored by 4 default libraries. I then recreated both more personalized, I would like to have it.
Having done this, WMP now seems add my music to his library as I type this...
original title: WHERE CAN I FIND WINDOWS XP MEDIA CENTER EDITION 2005 CD LABEL MAKER DONWLOAD?
I HAVE A WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER INSTALLED ON MY COMPUTER, BUT DOES NOT INCLUDE THE CD LABEL/INSERT MAKER THAT HAD MY ORIGINAL COMPUTER UNTIL I REPLACED MY HARD DRIVE. THE NEW WINDOWS THAT HAS BEEN INSTALLED IN MY NEW HARD DRIVE DID NOT INCLUDE THE LABEL MAKER FEATURE.
The manufacturer of your computer would have installed extra software on your computer to create CD labels.
So, you can use LightScribe system software to create CD labels.
For more information, see:
Note: The information given in the link applies to Windows XP as well.
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I'm trying to sync music from my Windows Media Player library on my iPod. When I plug it in, WMP does not display the device, and AutoPlay does not have a sync option when it pops up. How can get get WMP to "find"my iPod? ".HelloWindows media player cannot be used to sync the music to the IPod because it is not compatible. ITunes is the program recommended for sync music to IPod. You can visit the manufacturer of device Web site to download ITunes.I hope this helps.Kind regards
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Original title: Media Player 11
Out of the blue, my media player has stopped working. I don't think I did something for him, but he started playing an audio CD. I have no error message, it will not play. I have another media player on my computer, which didn't interfere with Media Player 11, but I get an error message that says that it cannot open "" MRL CDSG: / / / D: / ".
1. are you able to play the songs in the Windows Media Player library?
2. is the specific question on a CD?
3. What are the types of audio file that do not play?
Method 1: As happens with another player more, it might be that particular CD is corrupt.
Try again with another CD and see if that plays.
Method 2: Although most CD using the file system ISO 9660 CD Windows XP can read CD created by other operating systems may use filesystems not supported. The most obvious example is the Mac CD using the HFS file system.
You can also check:
Read CDs and DVDs:
original title: Media Player
I am playing music from an external hard drive but WMP doesn't recognize them.
What is the file format of the files you are trying to play in Windows Media Player?
You can check the formats supported by Windows Media Player file.
Information on the types of media files that supports Windows Media Player
If the music file is not supported by media player, then you will not be able to read the file, you need to install the codec to read these files.
How to Download Codecs automatically in Windows Media for Windows XP player
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