It seems when people are converting to Windows media Player 11 they are experiencing many issues. These issues range from not playing content at all to not being able to utilize memory card storage functions.
One way to insure you do not experience errors is to read the “Before installing Windows media player 11” document posted by Microsoft. I know….who needs directions right?
These directions are created to lessen the chances of major issues from installation as well as to help you back up your media files and information. I am including the link to this article. If you are considering upgrading it’s wise to read this document. As well you may want to read some forums information on issues being experienced when using Windows media player 11. This will help you identify issues if you experience any after upgrading.
Windows Media Player 11 before installing read this
To help arm yourself and prepare for any issues you might experience I am including a link to the Windows media player knowledge base. This link includes known issues as well as trouble shooting guides. If you experience any issues after upgrading to media player 11 be sure to visit this link.
Microsoft knowledge base Media Player 11
One thing to consider for any Microsoft product is signing up for the RSS feeds. This can be done through Outlook or Internet Explorer 7. Signing up for the various feeds will give you instant access to all new issues encountered as well as how to address the errors.
I know we all hate having to read directions, but it’s in our best interest. You can get a membership to PC Registry Cleaner for help with Windows medial player problems. They will help you fix any computer problems you have with free computer tech support if you have an active membership. Try it now