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So here's what I know...

Everything works, all my channels , my software, my lights, but when try to open the sequence editor it tells me it cant open.... because of some wmp.dll flie missing or a dependency of the file. I ran Windows regesitry an I thought that would solve the problem, but I guess not - any ideas?

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wildredhead wrote:

So here's what I know...

Everything works, all my channels , my software, my lights, but when try to open the sequence editor it tells me it cant open.... because of some wmp.dll flie missing or a dependency of the file. I ran Windows regesitry an I thought that would solve the problem, but I guess not - any ideas?

What is your OS and what version of Windows media Player are you running?

Harrison
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wildredhead wrote:

I found another thread-

sorry! But i have 98 . Old not even SE- I have a disc for xp but my product key doesnt work- you have any idea why it would not?

Thanks for all your help?


LOR2 requires 98SE (http://www.lightorama.com/S2Today.html - Bottom Right)

No clue on the product key that is a whole new can of worms - but the LOR Fix is easy have to upgrade.

Harrison
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wildredhead wrote:

I found another thread-

sorry! But i have 98 . Old not even SE- I have a disc for xp but my product key doesnt work- you have any idea why it would not?

Thanks for all your help?


Try updating the Windows Media Player from the Microsoft web site.

Also, running the Windows registry does not do anything. Assumming you ran regedit.exe. That only shows you the registry items. Hopefully you are not changing anything there unless you really know what you are doing.
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Richard Hamilton wrote:

wildredhead wrote:
I found another thread-

sorry! But i have 98 . Old not even SE- I have a disc for xp but my product key doesnt work- you have any idea why it would not?

Thanks for all your help?


Try updating the Windows Media Player from the Microsoft web site.

Also, running the Windows registry does not do anything. Assumming you ran regedit.exe. That only shows you the registry items. Hopefully you are not changing anything there unless you really know what you are doing.

I walked away from my system and I thaught darn should of said this. THANK Richard!!!

Harrison
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wildredhead wrote:

yes! Thats what I just thought of too and it worked woo!woo!

Im soooooooo excited !

Great. congratulations.
Upgrading the Windows Media Player is almost always the solution to that problem. Windows 98 version (probably WMP 5.0 is too old for LOR)
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