I see windows media player is having a problem. I tried to download the latest version of windows media player and it won't let me, then I have to pay 145.00 dollars to unlock it so the features work, um.
I have the older version of WMP and that works but then when I come to this site it wont work with the videos and I can't get the latest version unless I pay for it. I think this maybe why the videos are not working, so yes for people who have the updated version it works. I did go to the wmp site from the link from this site where the videos are, so it's the right place to be going. So I am sure it works fine but without the updated version it is not going to work for me. I thought this was free guess not. I do have Windows Media player just not the updated one.
This is what it says:
The product key found on this computer is a Volume License Key (VLK) that has been blocked.
What does this mean and what do I do now?
* Product keys are 25-character codes located on your Certificate of Authenticity (usually affixed to your computer) or proof of license label (usually affixed to the installation disc case), are assigned by Microsoft only to genuine Windows® software, and are typically entered during product activation.
* A VLK is typically licensed to businesses or organizations that use multiple copies of Windows. If a VLK is reported as stolen or leaked, it is blocked from passing validation.
* Without a legitimate product key, you won’t be able to validate your copy of Windows or get the benefits of genuine Windows, including support from Microsoft and downloads and updates reserved exclusively for genuine Windows software users.
* To get genuine Windows now, you can click on the Buy Now button above or explore more options in the "More Buying Options" section below.
* If you do have a Volume License Agreement with Microsoft, you believe you are using the appropriate VLK assigned to your organization, and your VLK has not been reported as stolen or lost, contact your system administrator, Large Account Reseller (LAR), or Enterprise Software Advisor (ESA) to report the problem.
Youtube here I come...