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Torrone

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My WMP used to work fine before. Now there is this problem that occurs. What happens is, whenever Im playing something, video/audio, there is this "beep" sound that lasts for about 5 seconds. It keeps happening every 15-20 seconds and I cant seem to get rid of it.

I had Windows Media Player 10 and then I got the Beta 1 for WMP 11 and it was fine. Then when I got the Beta 2, this started happening. Ive removed WMP 11 all together and I have WMP 10 now. Is there anyway this can be fixed?

I tried re-installing WMP 10, but the application is not showing up on my Add/Remove Programs list.

Please help. Thank you.

Edited by Torrone, 01 October 2006 - 07:41 AM.

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to reinstall mp10 you will need to perform an xp repair. Do you have an xp cd?
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I dont have one. Is there another way I could fix it?
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you can try this: http://download.micr...373-x86-enu.exe
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It says I have that update :s I think its more of a problem with my driver? Can that be true?

Edited by Torrone, 06 October 2006 - 09:30 PM.

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Click start, control panel, add and remove, tick show updates at the top, can you see WMP 10 now?
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