Real Player version 15.0.0.198 error while opening with Windows XP Home SP3

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Hello everybody,

Are you familiar with the errors in Real player’s latest version or any of the previous versions?

Then surely you can help me. I’m using Windows XP Home SP3. I downloaded Real Player version 15.0.0.198 from FileHippo and every time that I open the program an error message windows appears stating: 

"Windows – Drive Not Ready" and it contains the message "Exception Processing Message c00000a3 Parameters 75b6bf7c 4 75b6bf7c 75b6bf7c".

I tried downloading the file again and I re-installed it. But, the Error remained. Please share your valuable answers.

Question me if I’m not clear in explaining.

I appreciate your interest.

Thanks in advance.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #197675

Real Player version 15.0.0.198 error while opening with Windows XP Home SP3

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Hello Jafet Windsor,

There are many solutions over the internet regarding the issue you are facing.

First, try a simple solution if that resolve your problem: – Right click on “My computer” from the desktop and click Properties. – In Properties, click on the Hardware tab and then open Device Manager. – Disable Floppy Disk from there and check to see if the problem is resolved.

Have you tried scanning your computer with antivirus software?

Preferably AVG. There might be a virus which could be blocking Real Player.

If your antivirus does not help, you can search for a virus manually in the registry which is most likely to cause this issue. – Press Windows + R buttons – Type regedit and search for “COMUSTUIDLL.EXE” – Delete all and then

Go to C:Windowssystem32comustuidll.exe and delete it – Now restart your computer If none of this is helping you then I suggest a hassle free solution that is to leave RealPlayer and switch to another player. There are many free, simple and effective players out there such as, VLC Player – http://www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html

Answered By 0 points N/A #132800

Real Player version 15.0.0.198 error while opening with Windows XP Home SP3

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There is another way of solving your issue isn`t resolved yet.

You can click Start, regedit, click on the + next to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE , System, CurrentControlSet,Control,Windows.

You find ErrorMode,double click on the name "errormode" change the Value data from 0 to 2.

Restart pc, reinstall. this should clear the error.

If i can make a suggestion if the issue is not resolve download k-lite codecs from FileHippo.com. this player i use myself since i had windows XP.

This player can play most video files.

Answered By 0 points N/A #197681

Real Player version 15.0.0.198 error while opening with Windows XP Home SP3

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This is due to hardware driver missing check the hardware drivers manually by going to these steps

Right-click My Computer, click Properties, click the Hardware tab, and then click Device Manager.

Right Click on Sound Card, Video Adapter, and Network Adapter one by one and click disable.

Reboot the computer. If the problem is fixed then you can enable the hardware devices one by one to find the exact device that caused the problem.

After you found the device that is causing the problem, installing the device’s latest driver should fix it unless it’s a hardware issue.

If the problem remains same then repair the windows or install a fresh window and also install updated drivers.

Answered By 0 points N/A #197678

Real Player version 15.0.0.198 error while opening with Windows XP Home SP3

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You should perform a hardware clean boot to determine this problem.

1- Right click on My computer>Properties>Hardware tab and then click Device Manager.
2- Disable your Network Adapter, Video Adapter and Sound card one by one.
3- Restart your computer. Enable the hardware devices one by one to find the exact problem.
4- Once you found your problem then install the latest version of driver. This should fix this problem.

I refer you the latest version of Real Player 16.0.0.282.This version was checked from virus.

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