Reposting your last message (5/22) below. Thanks for your interest in my
Windows Media Player problem. I took the PC back to the shop where I had
bought it but they had no idea how to fix the problem. I then asked them to
reinstall Vista OEM. Free. WMP OK now. A day spent watching TV while
reinstalling all programs!
Could you submit the error report and then verify what fault bucket number
you get? This could theoretically be related to nvappfilter.dll (not
Vista-compatible as far as I'm aware), but I'm not certain.
Given the vagueness of the below data, I would think that it would be
impossible for anyone to solve it given the data so far. The actual crash
DMP file produced might be interesting to look at, but short of that I don't
think anyone would be able to use their psychic powers to guess to a
solution here. Still, it's good to know that there's nothing *immediately*
obviously wrong here based upon the data so far, so it doesn't look like
you're overlooking something obvious. =\
Speaking for myself only.
for some helpful WMP info.
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