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    Unhappy MEDIA caused an invalid page fault

    I have been working three days to get my carputer setup. I have everything working besides the video (Windows MediaPlayer 9). When I click on the video button I get the following error message then ME closes out.

    MEDIA caused an invalid page fault in
    module MSDXM.OCX at 0167:1d351b43.
    Registers:
    EAX=00000000 CS=0167 EIP=1d351b43 EFLGS=00010246
    EBX=00000000 SS=016f ESP=007fe39c EBP=007fefd8
    ECX=00000001 DS=016f ESI=01664bcc FS=4a7f
    EDX=007fefa0 ES=016f EDI=01664944 GS=0000
    Bytes at CS:EIP:
    8b 08 ff 51 18 8b 36 8d 4d cc 51 56 8b 06 ff 50
    Stack dump:
    00000000 007fefa0 8007000e 01664944 00000000 7800ac4e 00000167 00000002 007fe8f8 7800c9d6 00000002 007fe3d8 007fe8ec 0258d032 007fe8f8 007fe400


    Any help is appreciated. I am running the latest ME with the updates. I can also play the videos in MP9 with no problem. It only crashes in ME.

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    The reason videos play in WMP9 and not m.e is that m.e doesn't use WMP9 to play video... It uses an older version thats included on every computer since windows 98 (windowsMedia Player 6.x?). You might look into that as the problem.
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    how?

    Quote Originally Posted by CarComp
    The reason videos play in WMP9 and not m.e is that m.e doesn't use WMP9 to play video... It uses an older version thats included on every computer since windows 98 (windowsMedia Player 6.x?). You might look into that as the problem.
    I'm having the same problem?? I dont even know where to begin to fix it?? Is there ne way to make ME use WMP9 and not the older version or something, I cant see any video at all... same error....
    Thanks Kevin

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    As always, check your codecs, file versions, make sure you are running a somewhat "standard" windows setup (like, what MS defaults on the installation)..
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    Fixed

    Quote Originally Posted by CarComp
    As always, check your codecs, file versions, make sure you are running a somewhat "standard" windows setup (like, what MS defaults on the installation)..
    I downloaded an old msdxm.oc file and replaced it and sure enough it worked. Thanks

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