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Windows 7: win 12 can not rip

28 Dec 2009   #21
derekimo

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Not that I know of, but try this first, go to start menu> all programs> accessories> right click command prompt and select run as administrator, press yes when asked and type sfc/scannow in that window and press enter. when it's done, restart and try one of the above methods again.




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28 Dec 2009   #22
lvpeat

win 7
 
 
win 12 can not rip

Did that, no change.

I give up! @#$% &*

Thanks to all.

Happy New Year.
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28 Dec 2009   #23
derekimo

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Sorry you're having so much trouble with this. You may want to try a Repair Install... Repair Install , or keep trying back here. There is always someone with more expertise that just hasn't seen this thread yet. good luck and happy new year to you too.
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28 Dec 2009   #24
derekimo

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Here's a great post that might help you too.General Troubleshooting to Fix WMP Issues
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30 Dec 2009   #25
garysgold

Vista Ult 64 bit Seven Ult RTM x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by lvpeat View Post
I tried the last idea and it did not work either.
Is there a way to uninstall wmp and reinstall?

This can be done through Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Programs and Features\turn Windows features on/off. Under media features, uncheck the box(s) and reboot. Then reverse the process.
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16 Jan 2010   #26
XPAWX

WINDOWS 7 32BIT
 
 

Hi

Just go to users DOCUMENTS in control panel. Create "Documents" folder if you deleted the original one. Then create a "My Music" folder inside the documents one.

WMP is looking for this as it is the default rip and library folder. You can't change the library or rip settings because WMP is having a panic attack because they've been deleted.

I spent hours trying to find an answer to this without finding anything... I hope this helps... if not the original poster but anyone else who is ready to smash their keyboard because of this like I was
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17 Jan 2010   #27
lvpeat

win 7
 
 
win 12 can not rip

"Just go to users DOCUMENTS in control panel. "
Unable to find this in control panel.
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17 Jan 2010   #28
XPAWX

WINDOWS 7 32BIT
 
 

Sorry that did not make sense...

C:\Users\YOUR USER NAME ..

If you don't have a documents folder create one .... if you do then go into the documents folder and create a my music folder .... I hope that makes sense and actualy works ....
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17 Jan 2010   #29
lvpeat

win 7
 
 
win 12 can not rip

thanks for clearing that up.

tried it, no luck.

I download the Zune player and I am happy with that.

thanks.
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21 May 2010   #30
JohnETurnbull

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

I know this topic is oldhat, but I don't precisely know if everyone knows this, or can follow the instructions set out in this topic, so I went ahead and made a video tutorial for this based on most of the information in this topic, minus messing with sfc.

Using that command has many other benefits and fixes, which I will cover at another time.

Anyway, I set up myself a new Youtube account specifically for video tutorials on many tweaks and settings and bug fixes which you may visit by clicking here.

To get the information itself just related to this problem, click here.
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