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I copied just the Windows Media Player 10 file from C:ProgramFiles on an XP OS computer to a CD. Then, I proceeded to transfer the contents of the copied CD onto an NT OS computer. After copying into C:ProgramFiles the Windows Media Player 10 file from the CD, I tried to run it. This is the message I got: The procedure entry point GetUserGeoID could not be located in the dynamic link library KERNEL32.dll. I was wondering how I could go about fixing this problem without reinstalling anything as suggested in a previous question's response. Thanks.
ASKED: July 12, 2005  10:55 PM
UPDATED: July 13, 2005  8:36 AM

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Media Player 10 requires an XP OS. Not only that, you would need to install it via it’s setup program so that you have all of the required files installed (.dll etc…)

Microsoft recomends installing Media Player 6.4 for pc’s running Win95 or WinNT. Check out this link to Microsoft for more information: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/download/AllDownloads.aspx?displang=en&qstechnology=

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