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Windows 7: WMC Crashing

24 Jul 2010   #1
Paul1360

Win 8.1 Ultimate and Home Premium x64 bit
 
 
WMC Crashing

Hi,
hopefully attached to this thread is a screenshot, Everytime I try to use Sky Player within WMC it keeps crahing, I get this same report all the.
Any idea's or help would be great
cheers
Paul




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24 Jul 2010   #2
kegobeer

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

What have the Sky Player people said about your crashes?
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24 Jul 2010   #3
Paul1360

Win 8.1 Ultimate and Home Premium x64 bit
 
 

Well they had me remove the sky player software and re-install it several times with no joy. Then asked me my system specs and he went Ah thats your problem, Its WMC not working right so I asked how did you come up with that well for a start you need to resolve your WMC problem with Microsoft 1st and then reinstall Sky Player and it will then work, ok I saidbut what did I tell you made you say it's WMC at fault please. Well our sky player only works on a 32bit system and not a 64bit so you need the 32bit WMC, sorry boss I told him but thats a load of BS, what do you mean by that , well prior to your software upgrade it worked great, no it never as it can't on a 64 bit system um ok if you say so but can you please tell me why I have no problem with the player and WMC working ok on my laptop which in fact is also 64bit, nope he said not happening sorry.
So I told him you really have no idea about this problem do you?????
Then I get "Hello can you hear me" " Hello this is a very bad line, hello oh I've lost now"
Make of that what you want
Paul
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26 Jul 2010   #4
Paul1360

Win 8.1 Ultimate and Home Premium x64 bit
 
 

hi,
can some1 please close this thread as the problem i had has now been solved. I carried out a repair install on my OS and everything is now A OK
cheers
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