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Having able to play your favorite audio and video files on any Windows PC is a normal requirement for all systems. However, there are instances wherein missing registry files associated with Windows Media prevents media files from not playing.
This has happened to me some time ago and the worse is, I cannot even update to the latest Windows Media Player version. Now, what happens if you came over to a friend’s house and this is the situation you’re into? You can use alternative software for download but what if your friend’s internet connection is down?
Alright, you brought with you a thumb drive and you badly needed those audio files on his computer for a project. What would you do then?
Enough with the thinking and let me make your life a little bit easier. Simply download the portable SE-MediaPlayer into your USB device, extract the zip file and run the program. A media player window will open which will allow you to readily play the media files such as MP3, MP4, OGG files among others on the computer or the ones on the removable drive if there are, including CDs and DVDs.
The software has its own built-in audio and video codecs for managing your files which means it doesn’t depend on the existing codecs on the computer.
If you ever used a USB with an existing copy of SE-MediaPlayer that doesn’t execute and renders an error dialogue that the software can’t initialize with code 0xc0000135, that means a serious registry corruption was found on the PC and it has nothing to do with the program. This error needs to be fixed using a registry cleaner or correction tool otherwise you can’t run the software no matter how many times you try.
SE-MediaPlayer offers player customizability features, playlist management and language support.
A truly innovative and free portable media player designed for today’s flexibility hungry technology enthusiasts.
I’ve been test driving this software for days and I can really tell that you can be satisfied with it too. Download it now and tell me what you think.
This post is sponsored by our friends from SE-Soft.com, makers of free portable software for Windows. All opinions are 100% mine.