Can anyone help with CDPlayer.exe in Windows 2000 Professional?
I installed RealPlayer1, which locked up the machine when I tried to play Audio CDs. I have uninstalled RP, but cannot get the Windows CDPlayer to autostart. I get Desktop messages about access to files being denied.
(I've also been following advice from CDRlab forums on getting Nero InCD to work properly - mainly getting rid of UdfReadr.sys and it's registry entries.)
I have checked file type associations and 'play' options - they all look correct.
If I open CDPlayer manually it will run, but no action that calls it (like inserting a CD or double-clicking on a .CDA file) will start it.
Is it likely that something is messed up at Registry level?
Any help appreciated.