I am having trouble watching video from a particular web site that uses Windows Media Player. I get the following error message: "Windows Media Player cannot find the specified file. Be sure the path is typed correctly. If it is, the file does not exist at the specified location, or the computer where the file is stored is offline. [-1072885353]"
I called the web site owner (youbet.com) and they ran tests and said everything should work and that it was a Media Player problem. I am using XP with version 9. The weird thing about this is I have 3 computers in my office and I can watch the video on 2 of the 3 computers but not mine! I also cannot view the videos from my home computer so it's only the 2 computers that I use, it's been driving me crazy. Could there be something installed that's messing the media player up on this site?
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