Today has been a long one on my computer. After having the pants scared off of me by all the negative stuff about RealPlayer I decided to uninstall it & replace it with the BBC version. This started to crash Firefox 3 on exit just as the older version did before I updated. I have now removed RealPlayer from my computer. I think there is some residual stuff left in it from my original RealPain ... er sorry player
, but I can't find it, let alone remove it. It is probably still spying on me
I have Vista Home Premium & my laptop was only purchased in April this year. The only reason I downloaded RP in the first place was to play some 3gp files of my recently deceased father. I can do this in QuickTime now. I can watch everything else I used to watch on Windows Media Player & still listen to the playback facility on BBC radio without RealPlayer (Vs11 or the BBC).
What I don't understand is why I can't listen to RTE (Irish Radio) on my Windows Media Player that came with my computer! You have a choice, RealPlayer or WMP. When I click on WMP it just informs me I don't have it. I have put it back on default. To listen to this audio clip you must have Windows Media Player installed on your computer.
You can download it by following the link: Windows Media Player
I don't get it
I have completely removed (virtually) RP from my system
Have a look yourself--- http://www.rte.ie/radio/
I don't get it
I just exited Firefox & it crashed again, could anyone explain why this is happening now I have removed RealPlayer?