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Old 25th November 2008
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Sorry, but I cannot accept the idea that it is the fault of the OS.

An OS is infrastructure on which software components of a computer system are enabled. It is basically responsible for the management and coordination of activities on the computer.

An OS is not an interfering component. Unless one specifically intends toward this. That is not the case here.

When one installs an OS, it provides a platform for softwares to function on.
JUst because I mentioned that I re-installed the OS should not necessarily be the first implication that it is automatically the fault of the OS as I believe you are suggesting.

that would be an incorrect suggestion to make, IMHO.

And yes. Folder access is enabled. So therefore, that would rule out your suggestion.

Secondly, having folder access is not relevant to this concern. I believe that having folder access is related to accessibility to OS files as I read from your post. From what I read from your post, I think that this is what your suggesting.

Thirdly, you mentioned user rights:

your user rights might well cause what you're experiencing
If user rights were not enabled, I would not be able to enable BSplayer. Yes??

Since I am able to play music, watch video, etc...BSPlayer is obviously enabled.

Again, therefore OS re-installation is not anywhere near being a culprit.

Thank you again in advance for your kind help.
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