|24 Mar 2012||#1|
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RPC server is unavailable while opening Windows Media Player
When I try to play video clips,using
Windows Media Player,it stops
responding.When I click on it,a message
"The application is not responding.The
program may respond again if you wait.Do
you want to end this process?"
I eventually end the program,and get a
new error message:
"Windows Media Player has stopped
working.A problem caused the program to
stop working correctly.Windows will close
the program and notify you if a solution
Finally,i hit "Close program",and a
"RPC server is unavailable.",continuing
with the path to the video clip I have
tried to play.
In the Event Viewer,incident is logged as
Faulting module name:ntdll.dll,version
Faulting process id:0x11c4
Faulting application start
Faulting application path:C:\Program
Files (x86)\Windows Media Player
Faulting module path:C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ntdll.dll
I have tried:
System Restore-unable to restore to any previous date
Startup Repair function during start up
all without result.
The machine has all updates installed.
Looking forward to your responses.
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