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techyy
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Registered: ‎03-31-2012
Location: India
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Y570 Windows media player problem

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Hi guys..

 

I recently purchased Lenovo Y570.

But I am facing problem with playing media through windows media player.

The audio / video that is playing automatically pauses and I have to press play again to resume playing.

It gets quite irritating sometimes.

 

Sometimes, while listening to a playlist, the song gets skipped automatically and the next song starts.

 

What could be the problem??

 

I have installed Spider media player & VLC player, but I don't face above problems while playing audio / video files on them. 

 

 

Edit: Just now I was playing a song and it paused automatically. I didn't bother to play it again. But after a few minutes, it started playing again.

So, basically it's like some ghost controlling my windows media player - play, pause, skip song.

 

I could not find similar problem on the internet. Please help. I want media player since it sounds better than spider.

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techyy
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Re: Y570 Windows media player problem

Please someone help me out..

Has anyone else encountered the same problem??

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dragnoak
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Location: Racine, WI

Re: Y570 Windows media player problem

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Do you have Lenovo RIC in your system tray? If you do, you could have the auto-DJ turned on. Go to the "assistant" menu, and turn it off.

 

RIC

 

You may want to disable this "feature" in your start up menu.

 

 

 

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techyy
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Re: Y570 Windows media player problem

Thanks a lot Dragon oak..

 

Your solution worked. Seems that R.I.C. was detecting some click sounds and controlling the media player.

Thanks again.