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The startup sound can be heard. Only Media Foundation decoders can handle them. I did add an extender recently, but I am not trying to watch the movies from the extender. Plasma Flat Panel Displays Plasma Flat Panel Great Found Deals! this content

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CD's > will not play either, I get the same error. Note: If you have the information provided from the online System Information utility or your invoice, please refer to this for what drivers to download. BleepingComputer is being sued by Enigma Software because of a negative review of SpyHunter. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality.

HTPC - Linux Chat HTPC - Mac Chat Home Entertainment & Theater Builder Dedicated Theater Design & Construction General Home Theater & Media/Game Other things I tried which probably made no difference: * uninstall/reinstall Shark007 advanced codecs * uninstall/reinstall TV tuner driver * fiddling with sound output settings * running registry cleaner I have Foxbat121 is online now Quote post #4 of 19 Old 10-12-2014, 05:40 PM - Thread Starter SubtleAphex Newbie Join Date: Oct 2014 Posts: 9 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0 Windows Media Player No Sound Mp4 Any suggestion? #re: Windows 7 - Media Center Video Error by Chris at 11/6/2011 10:55 PM Hey Carlo,I use a remote to run my MCE, there are a couple of things

I dropped the resolution to 1024x768 and it actually worked. Yeah, those are the XP-specific settings. Thanks for the information regarding only Media Foundation being able to handle copy-protected playback. Worked OK till a few >> days ago. >> > > A bit of googling shows a few of these for Media Center, but the only > fixes I've seen have

Right click and select run as administrator, I am an admin of my machine but MC will only run under normall priveledges normally.CheersChris #re: Windows 7 - Media Center Video Error No Sound When Playing Videos Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! Figure 7: Services warning Restart the computer. I'm sure I could update the audio codecs to get audio over HDMI, but for now, I get 5.1 surround over SPDIF which I told my Onkyo receiver to assign to

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Worked OK till a few > days ago. > A bit of googling shows a few of these for Media Center, but the only fixes I've seen have been done with http://www.w7forums.com/threads/windows-media-center.13181/ I'm using HDMI to my monitor but the audio is going from my soundcard to my old (analog) speakers. Windows Media Player Not Playing Sound There was one other change that I found and made after surfing the web regarding this issue. Windows 10 Media Player No Sound Foxbat121 is online now Quote post #9 of 19 Old 10-13-2014, 02:58 PM - Thread Starter SubtleAphex Newbie Join Date: Oct 2014 Posts: 9 Mentioned: 0 Post(s) Tagged: 0

Click Ok then restart. > Bingo! news Google it. I have no idea what >> it's all about. I can only guess that a recent windows update caused the problem, but cannot be certain. Windows Media Player No Sound Dvd

I'm guessing the Cinepak Codec is unnecessary but I can't figure out how to uninstall it (it isn't under Programs and Features). Toshiba laptop / Desk2 Coolermaster Cooling Fans on all Desk1 -2 Desk2 - all Coolermasters 5 Laptop ? The playback devices I have listed are: - ATI HDMI Output, ATI High Definition Audio Device, Ready - Speakers, Realtek High Definition Audio, Default Device - Headphones, Realtek High Definition Audio, http://introbuilder.net/windows-media/windows-media-center-an-audio-error-has-occurred.php Back to top #6 sleepwalker sleepwalker Members 144 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Manitoba,Canada Local time:01:40 PM Posted 21 July 2010 - 11:01 PM Well don't feel stupid it's easy to change

Since then I get the Video Error message every time I try to watch live or recorded TV. Windows Media Player No Audio Mkv For more information about codecs, see Windows Help. This fixed the issue.

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I have no idea what > it's all about. Click Download. That gives me a slight shudder concerning "media rights". Windows Media Player Audio Codec So I dug around some and found that the error lies not with the video files but with the audio over HDMI.

Software Error 1935 error occured installation of assembly Microsoft VC90.ATLHi, After months of trying different things I have gave up and come here for help. To work and this seem to just happen. Please join our friendly community by clicking the button below - it only takes a few seconds and is totally free. http://introbuilder.net/windows-media/windows-media-center-audio-error-has-occurred.php Thanks! > >> >> == > >> >> Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 > >> >> > >> >> [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{CD3AFA70-B84F-48F0-9393-7EDC34128127}\ProgID] > >> >> @="WMP11.AssocFile.ASX" > >> >> > >> >> [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\CLSID\{CD3AFA71-B84F-48F0-9393-7EDC34128127}\ProgID]

Figure 7: Services warning Restart the computer. I simply disabled the one that was active, enabled the other one, made it default, tested it (sound was now coming out of my Pioneer AVR). #re: Windows 7 - Media I know in previous Windows versions there was an option to repair (re-install program files which are missing / corrupt) without overwriting settings. The procedure is as follows: Change the Windows Media Center Receiver Service from a specific account name to a Local System account:Click Start, and type Administrative tools in the Search box.

Any help appreciated in advance. Everything went well I think. I had installed Creative Sound applications. If they do, then it's something to do with the user settings of >> the old files. >> >> A check for Media Center updates might be of use. >> >>

So while I was deliberating, I was messing around in Media center and went to Tasks, Settings, General. Do I have any unnecessary codecs which may be interfering with my video playback? Foxbat121 is online now Quote post #12 of 19 Old 10-13-2014, 07:31 PM hammerdwn AVS Special Member Join Date: Sep 2000 Location: Northern California Posts: 4,834 Mentioned: 1 Tony Vella Guest Suddenly every time I try to play music I get a message saying that "an audio error has occurred" with just an OK option.

Will the files play with Windows Media Player? 2. Then the error will go away. About Us We're a community of knowledgeable PC enthusiasts, providing advice and support for Windows 7 users.