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Why can't I right-click on audio files?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by MementoNoir, Jul 20, 2004.

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  1. MementoNoir

    MementoNoir Thread Starter

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    This just started out of the blue, and I can't figure it out for the life of me. I've restarted, ran the various different spyware software, etc... and after all of that I still can not right-click on audio files. I can't even delete them, I can't do anything to them at all, except for double clicking on them to listen to them.

    When I DO right-click on the audio files, I obviously can do that action, it's just that I can't do anything. The option menu doesn't come up, and instead, I get a windows error message. I click ok, and then it closes down what I was doing.

    What in the world would cause something as weird as this?
     
  2. gotrootdude

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    Sounds like a windows media player problem. Try reinstalling media player.
     
  3. MementoNoir

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    I did that, and it didn't work.

    Thanks for the response though.
     
  4. MementoNoir

    MementoNoir Thread Starter

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    One quick bump in case anyone else has an idea.
     
  5. MementoNoir

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    A quick bump in case this went overlooked, thanks!
     
  6. MementoNoir

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    I just did what the other poster told me to do with my Hijack This log, but it didn't help this problem. Anyone else have an idea of what to do?
     
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