Which one did you install?
You should have mmswitch.ax on your system - that is a third party piece of
codec that does not work very well. If you can uninstall that, do that.
If no uninstall is available:
Go to the Start:Run prompt by pressing (WindowsKey)+R.
type "cmd.exe" and then hit CTRL+SHIFT+ENTER
Click OK to run as Admin.
regsvr32 /u mmswitch.ax
in the cmd.exe prompt
If that doesn't work, find mmswitch.ax on your system and give the exact
path to the file as the parameter to "regsvr32 /u".
Or you can just rename "mmswitch.ax" on your system to "mmswitch.ax.bad".
That would fix your problem.
I'll link up that crash bucket to the "MMSwitch is broken: remove this"
response. That should be active in the next day or so. Thanks very much
for helping identify this.
Speaking for myself only.
for some helpful WMP info.
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"Gordon" <Gordon@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Yes I did install some codecs, so that might be the problem. Is there any
> that I can correct the damage or if necessary re-install the media center
> a download from the internet.....Open to suggestions