Media Player Classic Home Cinema error creating EVR custom render

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I’m getting an error with Media Player Classic Home Cinema and I have no idea regarding what to do to fix it. The complete error message is shown in the attached screen capture. I have installed the latest version of Media Player Classic. I tried to reinstall Klite Codec pack and also tried to update it. But none of this helped to improve the situation. I am using windows Vista OS. It was working fine till last week. And as far as I can remember I have not changed any programs on my computer. What could have gone wrong? Please help me to resolve this issue. Thanking you for your valuable assistance. Regards

Failed to create D3D9

DX9AllocatorPresenter failed

E_UNEXPECTED

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Media Player Classic Home Cinema error creating EVR custom render

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First, you need to check if you are using the latest version of Media Player Classic Home Cinema because most of the errors that users encountered are due to outdated applications. And if this happens, upgrading to the latest version surely helps. If you are using an old version of Media Player Classic, download the latest version from Media Player Classic Home Cinema 1.7.3.

The download provided on the page is the x86 or the 32-bit version. If you have a 64-bit operating system and you want the x64 installer of Media Player Classic, visit Media Player Classic Home Cinema Downloads. The latest version supports Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1 both x86 and x64.

The error you received is related to Direct3D which is then associated to Microsoft Windows DirectX component of Microsoft Windows. Since this is related to Direct3D, maybe you are trying to play the video with the option D3D Fullscreen enabled. To fix this, you need to disable it. Start Media Player Classic Home Cinema then go to Options, Output, and then uncheck D3D Fullscreen. See if this works.

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