Trouble with media files.

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    ashray69 New Member

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    Please help with multimedia files. When I try to open any file on my PC in Realplayer of Windows Media Player or any other player except VLM, I get a Windows Explorer error and the desktop gets refreshed. What do I do? Please help me.
     
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    Wat Error Exactly...
     
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    should be a driver or a codec problem possibly...
    "ashray" give full stats of ur problem....
     
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    Also give the extensions of media files and windows you are using.
     
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    sorry will let you know details soon.
     
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    Whenever I try to open any movie file with either WMP or Realplayer or Quicktime or Google Player, the error shown is "Windows Explorer has encountered a problem and needs to close. Sorry for the inconvenience" The name of the application is explorer.exe , ntdll.dll, kernel32.dll, msvcrt.dll and so on. This happens only with movie files which I download onto this PC. When I try to play from some other source like a DVD or CD directly, there is no problem. But the moment I save this file on my PC, the problem starts.
     
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