Windows Media Player interacts with many of your PC systems components including drivers and codec's. It is possible your Windows Media Player is not responding because of a faulty or incompatible component. Some incompatibility issues can cause serious playback problems with Windows Media Player as well as other players, and lead to system corruption. To protect the integrity and security of your PC system, be sure to download programs, codec's, and other items from only sources you trust. For additional support visit the following site: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/codecs.
The Player interacts with many system components, including drivers, codecs, and DirectShow filters. It is possible that the Player is not responding because of a faulty or incompatible component from another provider, such as a codec pack. (Examples include the DivXNetworks Nimo, Tsunami, and K-Lite codec packs, and the SoftRom.Net ACE Mega, and All in 1 codec packs.) Incompatibilities are known to exist with some of the components in the packs. The incompatibilities can cause serious playback issues in Windows Media Player and other players, lead to system corruption, and make it difficult for Microsoft Product Support Services to diagnose and troubleshoot playback issues. For more information about resolving this problem, see question 8 in the Playback Issues section. 5. Why don't local URL flips work for me? As a security feature, only URL flips that use the HTTP or HTTPS protocol work in script commands with Windows Media components. To solve this limitation for presentations on ...