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Unread 11-07-2013, 08:59 AM   #1
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Windows Media Player Playback

hi everyone,
i am having a problem with my Windows Media Player Playback.
Whenever i try to play an mp3 file or a video file it gives an error that i have shown in the screenshot.
that error suggested web help.I tried web help but didn't worked out.i have included that webpage screenshot also.
So i can't play anything in the Windows media player or in VLC player.Something's wrong with all the music files.
My audio driver is updated and sound device is working.
please see the screenshots, you will understand all.
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Re: Windows Media Player Playback

Guys ,i want to report that when i reinstalled the latest driver from hp website the problem persisted.
But after all i tried a same hd audio driver that i got in the software backup of my hp laptop that hp already saved in my system when i bought it.
when i installed that driver that was given in drivers backup believe me the problem is gone.
The change that i noted is that in Startup services (by msconfig.exe) a new option Realtek HD audio manager appeared that is checked to startup at system startup so in this way audio service functions good and problem is gone.
That option didn't appeared when i installed the latest driver from the hp website.
So Really Thank you everyone who has helped me.
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Re: Windows Media Player Playback

Un-install the sound device from your computer.
Re-install the latest drivers.. Before installing drivers make sure that you have installed UAA (Universal Audio Architecture).

Also update windows.
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Thank you for your reply.
Yeah i tried all that man, but doesn't seem sufficient.
However in the end i found that whenever i change my power plan to "High Performance" no problem happens at all at any time but on "Balanced power mode" audio service always stops after few minutes and all playback is stopped.
Now for about 4 months i have got rid of this worst problem i ever faced.
Thank you for your reply.

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