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The plugin installer adds the file "np-mswmp.dll" to the Firefox installation directory "plugins" folder, typically C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\plugins or, on 64-bit Windows, C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\plugins. Instructions for installing the new WMP plugin in Firefox or another browser are given below. moving changes from dev. but the questions never seem to stop and I need a place where I can get real answers frome people who have tried what ever I happen to be doing that his comment is here
Click OK. I can't watch anything because of this problem. If you are running Zone Alarm, set it to Medium security, or go into the Firewall settings page and hit the "Custom" settings button, enable the "Allow outgoing TCP ports" option, If the Windows Media Player plugin still does not work, copy the npdsplay.dll, npdrmv2.dll and npwmsdrm.dll files to the installation directory plugins folder; for example, to the C:\Program Files\Mozilla Firefox\plugins folder
I hope that we can figure this out... __________________ Donations keep TSF moving forward. Make sure that Internet Explorer and WMP are not blocked by your firewall.  This problem can also be caused by DSL/cable providers using Network Address Translation (NAT) not forwarding UDP Jun 24, 2007 #17 veedu TS Rookie Np dsplay Thanks a Lot Buddy Jul 20, 2007 #18 veedu TS Rookie 100% fix Hi I faced the same error and fixed
- After installing this update, the only way to revert back to Windows XP N will be to re-install Windows. Player appears and status bar says Ready but nothing happens when you
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If you figured something else out let me know I would be interested in hearing what it wasClick to expand... Oct 25, 2006 #12 harvest TS Rookie I had the same problem and I had to go to http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/download/download.aspx and download wmp 11. This is not always the case. Login.
Hmmmm. The only way to undo it is to re-install Windows, so attempt at your own risk. Another option is to move the "plugins" folder" inside the "browser" folder, located inside the Firefox installation directory. http://www.commentcamarche.net/faq/8704-cannot-create-directshow-player Configure: error: C compiler cannot create ex (Résolu) Directshow player (Résolu) [Err] "Cannot create a QPixmap when no GUI..& (Résolu) Cannot create process Télécharger cet article (PDF) Posez votre question
Warning: This extension has been reported to cause excessive memory usage in Firefox 5 or above. Kudos to veedu. For example, in current Firefox versions on 64-bit Windows, the plugin "np-mswmp.dll" will be detected if it is located in the C:\Program Files (x86)\Mozilla Firefox\browser\plugins folder.      It has been so long since I reregistered a dll that I would want to do that under guidance, anyway.
Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? this content You may also... This is a problem that occurs with any embedded WMP player on the internet (I'm guessing Firefox because it only happens in here). I tried a couple of reinstalls, to no avail, so I went and got the dll and dropped it into the WMP folder, and WMP works now.
Please help. How can I fix this to listen to radio streaming on the internet? You are strongly advised to restart Navigator. http://haywirerobotics.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-create-hunkusage-dat.html Sep 10, 2006 #11 vlatko_info TS Rookie hello zbd21 said: When I try to listen to radio audio broadcasts I get the box saying "cannot create direct show player" What can
Cliquez sur OK. 4. The "Security Update for Windows Media Player Plug-in (KB911564)", available from Windows Update or from the download links given in the security bulletin, updates the file "npdsplay.dll" (normally located in the I had to roll it back to 9 to get rid of the problem.
Any help appreciated.
Also, some sites may require cookies for the content to play so make sure that cookies are not being blocked. Thanks for any suggestions. :knock: :knock: May 23, 2005 #1 SOcRatEs TechSpot Paladin Posts: 966 depends on file format What is it you are trying to listen to? You can restore the standard WMP plugin files that are normally included on most Windows XP and earlier operating systems. This did not solve the problem.
Open the Windows Media Player program, then try opening a direct link to a media file (such as a .wav, .mid or .wma file) from within WMP, via "File -> Open I also noted that some folks were talking about reregistering a couple of dlls, but I did not see any evidence that it helped. However, I am still getting the same error message as before. http://haywirerobotics.com/error-cannot/error-cannot-create-glx-context-aborting.html Mar 21, 2006 #8 malabu TS Rookie I got it!
I did a little internet research, which prompted me to update my directX. How can I fix this to listen to radio streaming on the internet? I also downloaded and installed the Direct Show pack that you recommended, apparently successfully. Thanks for any suggestions. :knock: :knock:Click to expand...