Codec issues using Windows Media Player to play audio and video file

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Recently, I have had Codec issues using Windows Media Player to play audio and video files. I found this following error that the codec are crashes that may cause a problem for media program. I did it all as mentioned in the message but I was unable to resolve the matter so please help me to fix it as soon as possible. Thanks in advance.

Codec Crashes Removing Codecs Windows has detected codecs that may cause problems for media programs. To resolve these problems, you can disable these codecs. Then the codecs do not load.

Codec Crashes

Removing Codecs

Windows has detected codecs that may cause problems for media programs. To resolve these problems, you can disable these codecs. Then the codecs do not load. However, if you disable these codecs, the program that installed the codecs may not run. If this happens, you must reinstall the program to load the codec. On the next page, you can uncheck to clear any codecs that you want to keep.

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Codec issues using Windows Media Player to play audio and video file

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After that error window pops up, click Next. All codecs will be displayed and you will be asked to check which codecs do you wish to keep. If you're unsure which codec is causing the problem, do not check at least one of the those. This will uninstall all codecs including the one causing the problem. Once the process is complete, close the error window.

On the task manager, end process tree of running instances of Windows Media Player. Then, download KLite Codec Pack 10.1 Full Standard and Basic Codec. It is free and it comes with all common codecs (AVI, MP4, FLV, etc.). Install the codec pack and when you relaunch media player, it should be fine by then.

 

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