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Unread 15-09-2007, 05:12 AM   #1
Tim Rodriguez
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"Windows Media Player cannot find the file"....

I have attempted every solution that I have found on the net as well as on
Microsoft and cannot resolve this one. The main board is an ASUS-PSND2-SLI
DELUXE, it comes with a built in AC97 REALTECK* ALC850 8-channel CODEC but it
has never worked and ASUS has had no resolution to this. I purchased a
SOUNDBLASTER X-FI card and I have my sounds....with one exception....I keep
getting the following error when I attempt to play any music cd.

"Windows Media Player cannot find the file. If you are trying to play, burn,
or sync an item that is in your library, the item might point to a file that
has been moved, renamed, or deleted."

I have checked the protocol settings>>ok...I have rebuilt the
database>>ok...I have un-installed and reinstalled drivers, Media Player...I
even went as far as rolling back the Windows Media Player version to 10 to no
avail....

Help me....I do CBT training and I can't get sounds when I play the
..avi...heck I can't even play any soothing sounds when I get focus on
projects in front of this computer.....

Very sincerely frustrated

Tim Rodriguez
Mia/Fla
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Thanks in advance,

Tim Rodriguez
 
 

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