"An unhandled win32 exception occurred in wmplayer.exe [xxxx]."
xxxx is a number that varies. It's usually 39xx but this last time it was 496.
This message appears in the Visual Studio Just-in-Time Debugger window. If I disable Just-in-Time Debugging in Visual Studio, I simply get a dialog that alerts me to the unhandled exception. Either way, the program terminates.
This occurred in WMP 10 and is still occurring after upgrading to WMP 11 Beta 2.
I don't play DVDs on my PC all that often, but I don't recall this occurring prior to installing Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0.
I'm running Windows Media Center Edition 2002 and Windows Media Player 11 Beta 2 (although this problem first occurred in WMP10, as previously stated).