wm10 audio is out of sync

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by looony, Oct 26, 2004.

  1. looony

    looony Guest

    i had wm9 happily working away but saw a new version was being prompted.
    after upgrading however (and reversing some of the file hijacking which
    would mean my ati multimedia centre recordings in the mmc library were being
    opened with the wm10 - which couldnt play the file!) i found that capture of
    tv by ati mmc is now choppy, and worse when exporting to mpeg2 a recorded
    file, playing that in the wm10 player has the sound out of sync with the
    picture (it is fine if that exported mpeg2 file is played with the ati
    player).

    i tried to remove wm10 using the windows restore point, but it removed all
    trace of any windows media player (then the ati software doesnt work even to
    show the tv live)

    i downloaded wm9 from the microsoft website but it came up with this error
    trying to install

    "this version of windows media technologies is incompatible with this
    version of windows. for more information, view the unformation at the
    microsoft web site" and a details link to a page that doesnt work. (this Web
    Site here: http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=28004. )

    that link is not a valid address either!!!

    downloading mp10 also gave that error

    i used system restore again to the upgrade of wm10.

    so now i have a wm player that is rubbish and no way to go back?


    amd 32bit 3200+, 1gig ram, xp home sp 2, mvs8, kerio pf4, spy sweeper
     
    looony, Oct 26, 2004
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  2. looony

    looony Guest

    and the video is now choppy with occassional blips of a frozen picture.

    how can i go back to wm9. this has really screwed up my computer.


    and how could ms have such a massive update with just a "install new
    version" flag.

    especially as i cant see how to go back to a working state.

    this has ruined a £1500 computer.
     
    looony, Oct 26, 2004
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