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streaming media problem?


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bishop67

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I have win xp...with all current updates...and win media player 10...for some reason whenever I try to play streaming media , the player open like normal...then immediately shuts down and I get an error message that closes both the player and internet explorer??? I am able to download files and view them normally any ideas?
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what form of streaming media?
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i'm having trouble with my streaming video as well. i was hit by spyware and viruses and whatnot, and i think they're all gone, because my computer is running fine again. but now i can't watch streming video. it loads up but doesn't show anything. (an example of streaming video i can't watch are olympics highlights on nbcolympics.com.)
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xzmattzx, lets make sure you don't have any spyware left. just go here: http://www.geekstogo..._Log-t2852.html

once you get a clean bill of health from there please start a new post here and we will be glad to assist you.

thanks,
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i did a spyware check of my computer today using spysubtract pro, which i bought a couple weeks ago. is this good enough of a check to delete all of the spyware?
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