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Windows Media Player 11 Issue


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NWABCS

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So I am trying to watch a video. It is about 8 minutes long. WMP will only play the first 24 seconds then stop. If I move the seek bar it will play where it should.

That does not really explain it well.

Anyone know what I mean that can better explain my issue and/or fix it? I hope i hope i hope. :)
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It may be caused by the "Nero Fast CD-Burning Plug-in" (Neroburnplugin.dll) in WMP, which is used if you create a CD from a playlist within WMP. It's installed into WMP automatically when you install the Nero application, but the plug-in is incompatible with WMP11. My solution was to remove the plug-in since I don't use WMP for creating CDs.

To remove it (assuming it's present), open WMP, from the top menu bar select "Tools-->Plugins-->Options". Click the appropriate plug-in category, highlight the nero plugin and click "Remove".
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It may be caused by the "Nero Fast CD-Burning Plug-in" (Neroburnplugin.dll) in WMP, which is used if you create a CD from a playlist within WMP. It's installed into WMP automatically when you install the Nero application, but the plug-in is incompatible with WMP11. My solution was to remove the plug-in since I don't use WMP for creating CDs.

To remove it (assuming it's present), open WMP, from the top menu bar select "Tools-->Plugins-->Options". Click the appropriate plug-in category, highlight the nero plugin and click "Remove".



I checked, it wasn't there :)
Thanks though.


NEXT lol
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