Have you tried saving the attachment first, then running it? Does WMP handle
the filetype appropriately, without any errors? Test this by trying another
media file of the same type.
First thing that comes to mind is that the attachment is corrupt, but that's
only if the above issues don't apply.
Gary S. Terhune
"jjgunn" wrote in message
>I try to run an attachment from an email. It downloads to media player 9 on
> my ME system. The screen shows up down the left side of my monitor as if
> going to start to play. Then...the message says: "You've encountered an
> error message while using Windows Media Player. Additional information is
> not currently available for this error." I went to "downloads" and
> re-installed it thinking it may never had been installed.(7 year old
> No change...
> Could anyone help??