Performing a system restore will NOT work everytime, according to Panayot Karabakalov’s orginal post at Stack Overflow. So, I’m trying to write this article to help fix Media Player Error 800706be ( or, 800706ba).
First off, you, of course, can give “system restoration” another try. But, please wait, be sure that:
- You’ve gained the Admin access.
- You know how to start, complete the procedure, manually.
Well, a little different to brighten your Friday…
- Make sure the target file is OK, completely downloaded, etc. Then, you might need to re-download that item.
- Make sure your WMP client is complete, and original, too. Never delete any system or unknown file, directly and/or permanently. If not, please try repairing or, reinstalling your Media Player.
- Make sure your Windows is up-to-date. Update it, update and update, in time, always.
- If you like my suggestion, you should use better media player in the ring, e.g., RealPlayer, Foobar2000.
Read this “WMI Win32_Directory fail” if you’re an experienced programmer.