Window Media Player 10 pausing problem

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by shukuki, Nov 14, 2006.

  1. shukuki

    shukuki Guest

    In these few weeks, I find out my WMP10 is not working like b4. When I open a
    file (any type of file) with WMP, it starts playing. But once I move or click
    the mouse, it automatically pauses. The strange part is, it doesn't happen
    everytime. For example if I open the file and it paused, so then I click the
    play button, it will continue to play without problems even I move my mouse
    or click the mouse. I tried using other players in my computer such as Divx
    player with my video files, the pausing problem never occur. So now I am
    wondering if my WMP10 is having some error? BTW I did try reinstalling WMP
    10, but the problem seemed to be not solved yet. Anyone had this problem b4
    or know how to solve this strange problem?
     
    shukuki, Nov 14, 2006
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  2. shukuki

    DaveUk83 Guest

    I moved back to WMP10 from 11 cause 11 wasn't adding my MP3's to the Library
    anyways WMP10 does the slight pause to me too. As soon as I open it and asm
    about to play a file the song plays but WMP10 pauses then it catches it self
    back up again. It has been doing it on my PC every since I installed it. And
    my system I formatted about 3 weeks ago it dosn't seem to be causing any
    system errors or crashes just it is really annoying thou.
     
    DaveUk83, Nov 14, 2006
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  3. shukuki

    shukuki Guest

    Yes I know, this is pretty annoying and weird. My case is it doesn't happen
    all the time, but sometimes it does this. Is it some bug or anything? I hope
    to hear more answers.
     
    shukuki, Nov 14, 2006
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