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Problem With Wmp, Realplayer And Nhlradio


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#1 jerseydevil

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Posted 10 October 2006 - 08:55 PM

If I start up and try to use windows media player (version 10) or realplayer they work fine. If I run Firefox or my kodak easyshare software, the counters still run,, but the sound is gone except every ten seconds or so a second of sound is heard. The same goes for NHLradio although I am not sure what program that is. It is for listening to live hockey games. I run XP and I really just listen to music mostly wav files. some mp3.
I did get this message at one point, although there were others but I wrote this down after trying to burn a cd with no luck.
" The request could not be performed because of an I/O device problem"
Thanks for the time, JD

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Posted 17 October 2006 - 10:44 AM

I reinstalled xp and now the programs seem to play fine even when running other programs at the same time. I can not burn though using either realplayer or wmp. I get the following: error id 0xc00d11cd condition id oxoooooooo. It indicates that hardware or the os has a problem, not the player. What should I check? btw I can burn data cds. Help!




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