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Windows 7: Windows Media Player click/skip in Win 7 after adding lib location


25 Mar 2013   #1

Win 7 Pro 64
 
 
Windows Media Player click/skip in Win 7 after adding lib location

I was forced to do a re-install of Win 7 Pro 64. Because I have music in several folders I added an additional folder to the player library. When I tried to play a song from that location, I got the message that WMP was updating. I waited & waited, but could not play the tracks. I then closed and tried again. This time I received a message "WMP is disabling plug ins to prevent damage. The app will play MP3s now, but I hear occasional clicking and skipping, as though the sampling rate is mismatched.

Any ideas? How can I re-install WMP/ Or can I somehow repair the app or plug ins/codecs. I have attached the tech listing from the help menu. I am totally current on all MS updates.

Thanks for any help... Paul...
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