ACTUAL STATE

Windows Media Player

Can't connect to Windows Media Player? Are you trying to open Windows Media Player 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!

68%

Server status
80% Full

12

Countries
30% Full

170ms

Response time
20% Full

Ping service

In Isnotdown, you can check immediately if Windows Media Player works perfectly, or on the contrary, it is registering some kind of problem to offer its services.

Service
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The Windows Media Player service seems to be working!

Windows Media Player frequent failures

Windows Media Player is a multimedia player created by Microsoft for the Microsoft Windows operating system. This application allows you to play various digital formats such as; Audio CD, DVD, MP3 and others. You copy songs from a CD to the hard drive of your computer and vice versa is also possible.

It is possible that Windows Media Player library present failures, so provide a possible solution to this annoying error.


This error occurs when the database of the library of the Windows Media Player is corrupted or inaccessible, but nothing to worry about because it is possible to recover the library or the user may have to rebuild the database.

To solve this problem the user must click the Windows + R key, type% LOCALPPDATA% MICROSOFT MEDIA PLAYER. Select all the files by pressing Ctrl + A and then Shift + Del to permanently delete all files and folders. Then restart your computer, the restart Windows Media Player automatically rebuilds the database.

Another possible solution is to remove the cache files from the database, for them to press Windows + R, type% LOCALPPDATA% Microsoft. Haca then right-click the folder and delete Media Player. It is important to empty the trash and restart the PC, after restarting the device Windows Media Player automatically rebuilds the database and the error should disappear.

Troubleshooting tips
Problem solved? Still can't connect to Windows Media Player? Continue with Step 2.
Turn it on again. Clear internet cookies and browser cache.
Still stuck and not enjoying Windows Media Player, then go to Step 3.
Temporarily disable your antivirus or firewall running in the background. Now if you can access Windows Media Player, be aware that your security software is causing problems. Try adding Windows Media Player in the set of trusted sites.
DNS is a service that translates Windows Media Player into a machine-readable address called an IP address. In most cases, this work is done by your ISP. If only specific sites are not opening, it is likely to get corrupted.

Ask for direct help to the administrators of Windows Media Player


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