SUM1 PLZ HELP!!!!!!!! *wmp*

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by d_mack, Jul 12, 2002.

  1. d_mack

    d_mack Guest

    i got a problem with my windows media player
    i cant play mpeg files!!!
    an error msg will pop up saying

    "the DLL "cpuinf32.dll" can not be loaded. OS reports: The specified module could not be found."

    then another will come up..

    "the DLL "mplapx.dll" can not be loaded. OS reports: The specified module could not be found."

    then the wmp shutz down!!!!!
    can som1 plz help me!
    thnx alot!:D
     
  2. Henyman

    Henyman Secret Goat Fetish Political User

    virus?
     
  3. zyfos

    zyfos Resurrected

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    Try going to C:\Program Files\Windows Media Player\ and run Mplayer2.exe. This is the older 6.4 version of windows media player (my favorite). Try playing your mpeg files through that and see if you get the same errors.
     
  4. d_mack

    d_mack Guest

    ok..
    its not a virus..
    i reinstalled winXP overtop of the 1 i have now...
    i tryed the 6.4 media player..
    but i searched my computer for the "cpuinf32.dll" file and i found it.. put it in the wmp directory and it got rid of the "cpuinf32.dll" error msg
    i searched for "mplapx.dll" and nothin came up.. the "mplapx.dll" error msg still comes up.. does ne1 know what i can do??
    or have that file??
    thnx for you help:confused:
     
  5. d_mack

    d_mack Guest

    damn!
    so if there is no such file... lol
    then y is it comin up??
    it sez "MPL LOADER" in the task bar
    :S what am i gunna do without my MPegZ!!!
     
  6. Henyman

    Henyman Secret Goat Fetish Political User

    i gudgingly agree wid catch, i can't find the file:(
     
  7. pegusus

    pegusus Guest

  8. wbeach

    wbeach OSNN Junior Addict

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    " it may have something to do with ulead product. its not a MS file look below

    http://www.nwlink.com/~zachd/pss/pss.html#mpeg

    "

    This is a solution I took from a different forums.

    The link suggests that you can get the file by reinstalling one of these products. If you had one of the products installed that is.

    As for an alternate player for your mpeg's I personally like the new winamp3. It's limited in it's playback functions though. Doesn't support a great deal of formats. What it does support though is mpeg's.

    There are some others of course, quicktime, real one.

    Anyways I hope that helped.

    Laters