On Tue, 15 Jan 2008 12:52:01 -0800, xent0n wrote:
>Unfortunately neither of them worked, and yes, I wanted to restore to an
>earlier time, I have an isue with media player, no audio when playing videos.
>No error messages appears to be working fine but there is no audio. This
>affects all formats of video mpeg, divx and wmv, audio files such as mp3 and
>wma still work fine, and furthermore the video files all still play with
>sound through media centre, so i know sound in media player is working and i
>know all the video codecs and filters are working, I'm at a complete loss as
>to the issue, my last resort was to use system restore to go back to a point
>where media player was working fine.
The following has not been tested with Vista, only with Windows
XP. On Vista, put down a restore point first. If any program
doesn't work, uninstall everything again, reboot, then roll back
to the restore point.
And please report back here in this thread to let everybody
Here an alternative is to flee forward and install CCCP from
. Don't use
their latest version---that one has an MPEG-2 problem.
The package also includes Media Player Classic, which is an
interesting alternative to the Windows Media Player. But with
the codecs Media Player may also start working again.
The trick with Windows is, as long as the small utilities built
into it keep working, use them. As soon as they fail, install an
independent alternative, which is often more powerful and more
No mail, please.