Can't connect to RealPlayer? Are you trying to open RealPlayer but the site is down and seems to be offline today? Check the issue below if it's idle for everyone else or just you!
In Isnotdown, you can check immediately if RealPlayer works perfectly, or on the contrary, it is registering some kind of problem to offer its services.
The RealPlayer service seems to be working!
RealPlayer frequent failures
RealPlayer is a media player, created by RealNetworks. This multimedia player plays various formats such as MP3, MPEG-4, QuickTime, Windows Media and some versions of RealAudio and RealVideo. RealPlayer is a player for computer which can play DVD movies and all kinds of audio files, videos and images.
With this player it is possible to perform other tasks as mentioned above. Allows downloading content and convert it into another format, ie convert video files to MP3. Despite this with RealPlayer you can share content on social networks like Twitter and Facebook. This single platform is available for Microsoft Windows operating systems and also has a free version.
RealPlayer but not free of bugs, so from Is Not Down indicate to do in case of encountering any of the following error messages.
""Windows can not find the file RealPlayer"", this error message appears when downloading making the platform an error has occurred. So to solve this error message the user must first uninstall the program, then you need to install on your computer the Windows program ""Solver programs"" (Fixit). Open the program and select ""Uninstall"", where you will see a list of installed programs. Look for ""Video Downloader""> click ""Next""> click ""Yes uninstall"" (this will remove the application). Fixit then run again and remove the ""RealUpdgrade 1.1"", ""RealDownloader"", ""RealDownloader"" programs. Then you must remove RealNetworks Real and folders. Now install RealPlayer again.
The message ""Error Runtime Windows 10"", this occurs when there is a conflict with creating software application in this case is called ""Backup data Aomei"".
To resolve this, the user must open a Windows folder> right-click ""This Computer""> click ""Properties""> ""Advanced Settings System""> ""Variables System""> click ""Route"" and click ""Edit"" > select C: Program Files (x86) Aomei Backuper and ""Delete"". Finally accept all open windows and restart your computer.
Still stuck and not enjoying RealPlayer, then go to Step 3.