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SaarHay 30th July 2013 09:42 PM

A really weird problem with BS player
 
For some reason I cant play any video file that is located on my computer D driver, however when I move the same exact file to my C driver or an external storage driver the file open and play itself.

SaarHay 31st July 2013 05:09 PM

Can someone help me with that?

SaarHay 2nd August 2013 11:17 AM

please

SaarHay 7th August 2013 07:39 PM

why no body is helping??

goldenstar 9th August 2013 12:08 AM

Ive had no response from my caps thread either
is there anyone out there ?

adicoto 9th August 2013 04:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SaarHay (Beitrag 66636)
why no body is helping??

Probably because nobody have a solution for the problem as it's rather related to Windows itself and not to BSPlayer.

Do you get an error message ?
Have you made recently modifications to drive partitions ?
Other files (docs, PDFs, pictures...) can be opened from drive D: ?
Are you logged as administrator or as a secondary account ?
Video files from D: are in the folder where are downloaded by a torrent client ?
Have you checked the drive for errors ?

SaarHay 10th August 2013 02:33 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto (Beitrag 66640)
Probably because nobody have a solution for the problem as it's rather related to Windows itself and not to BSPlayer.

Do you get an error message ?
Have you made recently modifications to drive partitions ?
Other files (docs, PDFs, pictures...) can be opened from drive D: ?
Are you logged as administrator or as a secondary account ?
Video files from D: are in the folder where are downloaded by a torrent client ?
Have you checked the drive for errors ?

No I havent done any of those things.
On my computer this problem isn't happening but only on my new Laptop.

adicoto 10th August 2013 03:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by adicoto (Beitrag 66640)
Probably because nobody have a solution for the problem as it's rather related to Windows itself and not to BSPlayer.

Do you get an error message ?
Have you made recently modifications to drive partitions ?
Other files (docs, PDFs, pictures...) can be opened from drive D: ?
Are you logged as administrator or as a secondary account ?
Video files from D: are in the folder where are downloaded by a torrent client ?
Have you checked the drive for errors ?

Can you answer those questions ?


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