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Windows 7: Media PLayer Classic home cinema

22 Mar 2010   #1

windows 7
 
 
Media PLayer Classic home cinema

It doesn't start anymore! i have unistalled and installed all codecs... nothing! only had mpc in my pc and still doesn't start! i have cleared all the registy, (Opened regedit, and remove the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Gabest\ entry), compatibility mode, everything! i also tried to install Splayer and this one doesn't start either! i think it may be something wrong with my system but i cant tell what! i do not want to reinstall my windows or make a system restore! anyone has any genious ideea of the problem? cause having an answer to this must be a miracle

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22 Mar 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 Bit, Windows Developer Preview, Linux Mint 9 Gnome 32 Bit
 
 

Well can you at least describe what happened before this all came wrong??? Of course there is a reason why this happened. Please recall the things you did before WMP started going bad. Try a virus scan.

I suspect this could be a registry error. Have you used any registry cleaners??? Or if you haven't, try CCleaner, maybe it will fix some problems that are making you media players malfunction.

Why don't you want a system restore??? Because it will ruin your newly installed programs???? Its the most effective solution I can think of without reinstalling the OS. It can also restore the registry so if something has been lost there unintentionally, system restore can bring them back.
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22 Mar 2010   #3

Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit
 
 

Try using Revo Uninstaller to uninstall it. It'll find any and all leftover registry entries and files and delete them.
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22 Mar 2010   #4

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Vertex View Post
Well can you at least describe what happened before this all came wrong??? Of course there is a reason why this happened. Please recall the things you did before WMP started going bad. Try a virus scan.

I suspect this could be a registry error. Have you used any registry cleaners??? Or if you haven't, try CCleaner, maybe it will fix some problems that are making you media players malfunction.

Why don't you want a system restore??? Because it will ruin your newly installed programs???? Its the most effective solution I can think of without reinstalling the OS. It can also restore the registry so if something has been lost there unintentionally, system restore can bring them back.

i tried CCleaner and same thing with other programs like Splayers as well!
maybe i will tray a system restor!
@PF i shall tray REVO UNISTALLER and tell you if i fixed something!
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22 Mar 2010   #5

windows 7
 
 

later edit! i unistalled sony vegas a program i used for video edit ! this was the main cause that ****ed up my registry! when i reinstalled k lite codecs along with mpc they asked me about the sony registry to remove them! thank you guys! now everything works just fine!
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25 Apr 2012   #6

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit
 
 

Media Player Classic Home Cinema is by far the best video player available for download. Windows Media Player 12 is garbage, it is only good for playing music. For video files regardless of what format they are whether it be an AVI or a 1080p MKV...media player classic home cinema is the player for you. With MPC-HC you are able to have all videos start full screen without having to double click the god damn video player soon as you double click the file to open it it will play in full screen...there is also another setting which stretches the video and changes the aspect ratio to which one ur display is to remove the annoying black bars (downloaded videos)... on any display...whether it be a 16:10 laptop screen, a 16:9 flatscreen tv..a 5:4 old pc monitor...it will play without black bars...it also has a pan and scan feature (shortcut: press "8" on your keyboard (numberpad) until the hard coded bars disappear (like actual retail dvd's and blu-ray movies with aspect ratios of 2.35 or 2.40...MPC-HC is by far the best video player out there...you just gotta get used to it! but i use it everyday for my downloaded tv seasons (xvid/x264 720p) and movies (x264 1080p)...

(laptop) pc specs:

quad core processor 2.2ghz
8gb ddr3 ram 1333mhz
640gb internal hdd 5400 rpm
microphone jack
headphone jack
hdmi port (ati radeon hd 4250 integrated graphics card, 256mb graphics system memory)
vga port
gigabit ethernet port
wireless N card
integrated webcam
usb logitech 15megapixel 1080p avchd webcam (logitech c920)
external lacie 2 tb hard drive 7200 rpm
external plextor blu ray burner (lightscribe ability)
3 usb 2.0 ports (connected with 3 different powered 7 port usb 2.0 hubs)
15.6" 16:9 led screen (connected to 52" 120 hertz full hd 1080p lcd wallmounted flatscreen via HDMI)
internal dvd-rw DL optical drive/burner
2 in 1 card reader
bluetooth v4.0 adapter
wireless bluetooth/usb logitech mouse and keyboard combo (logitech cordless desktop 5500 revolution whatever)
windows 7 ultimate 64 bit
western digital 4TB external hard drive (3 of them)
external usb cooling fans
dlink dir-825 dual band 802.11N router with 2 7dbi (2.4ghz/5ghz) antennas
4 dlink dap-1360's used as repeaters, all with same 2 7dbi (2.4ghz/5ghz) antennas on each one setup throughout my 3 story home (gives full range (inside home 5 bars but at least 4 outdoors) from first floor to third floor even in the attic and garage, backyard and front yard i get strong signal wifi)
dlink dap-1525 used as a 5ghz bridge (connected to my laptop via cat6 ethernet cable)
samsung external blu-ray burner (yes i have 2 on the same pc this one doesnt have lightscribe but it can burn whatever the other one cant such as triple layer bluray and quad layer bluray)
1TB seagate 5400 rpm in usb external hdd 2.5 powered enclosure
2.1 sound system connected via headphone jack (brilliant blue led lights running from top to bottom on the speakers and sub)

i plan on buying a desktop off tigerdirect for like 3400$ and upgrading it to 32gb ddr3 for like 300$ and putting in a better power supply unit its got like 3.5ghz quad core cpu and have it connected to a (65" most likely) sharp aquos quatron led 240hz flatscreen via hdmi and put another one of the same bluetooth v4.0 adapters in it and its got usb 3.0 ports and 2.0 ports and itll have windows 7 ultimate 64 bit and have a 5.1 speaker sub system connected to it and the main point of this is to play downloaded pc games and since it will be connected to another dlink dap1525 5ghz bridge via cat6 ethernet cable i can live my dream of map network driving my 1080p mkv movie files and 720p+xvid tv show files and my collection of over 10,000 mp3 rap albums
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