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Internal Application Windows Media Player Windows XP

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by certserv, Jul 16, 2007.

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    I have Windows XP. I had to reboot my computer using the CD and I somehow reinstalled using the recovery disk. The problem I am now having is that I cannot get windows media player 10 to open. I have gotten several error messages. The first is Internal Application Error=80004001. I am also getting an error that states 0xc0000005 @)0x2515CF1E. I went to the microsft web site and it is advising that I may have a registery problem. I checked. regsvr32 jscript.dll and it says it was okay. I checked regsvr32 vbscript.dll and got a message that "Loadlibrary failed - The specified module could not be found." Microsft says to correct the problem, I should got to start, run, type in misconfing in open box, click expand file, and type the name of the file I want to restore (which I assume is regsvr32 vbscript.dll). Up to this point, I am ok. I just don't understand the next set of instructions which sates "in the file restore box, tyne the name of the file I want to restore and in the file restore box, type the path of the widows xp. cab where to restore the file or click Browse to the locate the Windows XP .cab file." It also notes that Windows XP .cab file are stored in the I386 folder of Windows XP. What does this mean? Can you break it down real simple for me? Is the internal application problem for the player really a registery problem? I have been trying to figure out what to do about ten hours. Please help. Thanks.
     
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