It's been a frustrating night. I have computer issues and can't figure them out. My picture slideshow and my music player all of a sudden decided to disappear leaving a white box with a tiny logo in the top corner. Others I have talked to can still see my pics and the music player but i can no longer. I don't know what the problem is.
Tried reinstalling the music player and that didn't help. Then I deleted thins I didn't mean to and am struggling to get it back. I'm afraid to mess with the pics cuz I don't wanna lose them .

If anyone has any ideas, please let me know. I'm also on facebook and on AIM as jgst516 and welcome IM's anytime. This is driving me crazy.


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Comment by Dov on August 28, 2009 at 4:37am
What sort of computer? What program are you using for this slideshow and music player?
Comment by Joanne on August 28, 2009 at 12:33pm
I have an HP pavilion desktop that runs on Windows XP. I just downloaded the pics right here on TU but use for my music player as do many others here. It has been up and running with no problems since I started here in May and now for the last few days I can't see either, others can see the pics and listen to the music ..... I just can't. What do you suppose happened? Danny suggested to delete the player and reinstall, but I did that and it didn't make a difference. I
am feeling frustrated. Btw..... thanks for handling all the work for Lois' computer = )
Comment by Joanne on August 28, 2009 at 9:35pm
Problem solved thanks to Craig ..... was a corrupt flash player file.


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