"no such interface supported"


M

Maurizio

Hello:
my OS is W7-x64
using window explorer, when I click on a mp3 file to play it, recently I
got the message: "no such interface supported". when I right-clik it,
and choose "open with" then window media player, it plays normally.

I checked the type ".mp3" using "file types Manager", it seems OK, there
is "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe" /prefetch:6
/Open "%L"

So what's the problem?

Thanks
 
M

Maurizio

Hello:
my OS is W7-x64
using window explorer, when I click on a mp3 file to play it, recently I
got the message: "no such interface supported". when I right-clik it,
and choose "open with" then window media player, it plays normally.

I checked the type ".mp3" using "file types Manager", it seems OK, there
is "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe" /prefetch:6
/Open "%L"

So what's the problem?

Thanks

Sorry:
there's a mistake in my previous post, using "open with", I can play the
file with "windows media center" and not "window media player".

thanks
 
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W

Wolf K

Hello:
my OS is W7-x64
using window explorer, when I click on a mp3 file to play it, recently I
got the message: "no such interface supported". when I right-clik it,
and choose "open with" then window media player, it plays normally.

I checked the type ".mp3" using "file types Manager", it seems OK, there
is "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe" /prefetch:6
/Open "%L"

So what's the problem?

Thanks
The problem is that sometimes settings don't stick, or another setting
overrides the one you see. Try using Open With to select the default
program.

Open With --> Choose Default Program --> find it and select it.

Good luck,
 
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M

Maurizio

Hello:
my OS is W7-x64
using window explorer, when I click on a mp3 file to play it, recently I
got the message: "no such interface supported". when I right-clik it,
and choose "open with" then window media player, it plays normally.

I checked the type ".mp3" using "file types Manager", it seems OK, there
is "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\Windows Media Player\wmplayer.exe" /prefetch:6
/Open "%L"

So what's the problem?

Thanks
if anyone has similar problem, I succeed resolving it as follow:

1. Click Start . In the Search box, type CMD . At the top of the window,
right-click the cmd icon and choose Run as Administrator .
2. At the prompt, type in FOR /R C:\ %G IN (*.dll) DO
"%systemroot%\system32\regsvr32.exe" /s "%G" and press <Enter>.
This will take several minutes to complete. There will be several C+
Runtime errors that will appear, as well as the system slowing down.
Close all boxes that come on the screen except the CMD boxes. Once
complete(it will come back to a c: prompt), restart the system and test.
 

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