Hey all, Recently I decided to swap the e6300 out of my G/F's rig for an e8500 C0 I had sitting around, it'd go higher clocks at a lower FSB, 3.5 7x500 for the 6300 and 3.8 9.5x400 for the 8500. I also upgraded the cooling from an ACF7P to a XigS1283 I got as part of a deal on my Q6600 purchase a little while back. Well I power everything down, give it a good cleaning and do some cable management, the usual stuff...sort of a pre-spring cleaning. Put it back together, hit bios, get the OC set from values I verified as working on other builds...no issues there. I get booted up, get an error message that: Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service has stopped...the little error box that wants you to send stuff to MS for a solution, I did a few times, no solutions, I've searched the web, I've replaced the MF.DLL file with one from my OS install since we're both running Vista x64. I can't seem to find a good solution, I've cleared out the DRM folder, but the crap part of the situation is her Zune software will not open, you double click the icon and shortly there-after a "Microsoft Zune has stopped working" message box. Media player seems to work, but she uses the Zune software as a media player primarily and also wants to sync her Zune podcast subscriptions, we've yet to plug in the zune to the PC till the issue is resolved just to ensure everything is ok. This is an odd issue that I've spent some time with and yet to true solution has been located, I'm just wondering if any of you have noticed this issue and maybe fixed it without re-installing the OS. While googling I did find a lot of people did just that, a fresh OS install, some replaced the MF.DLL file, some cleared the DRM folder, a lot of issues from this arised from the Xbox media sharing, a few mentioned the Zune software not opening up anymore, etc. Thanks for taking the time to read this, I hope to find a solution w/o re-installing her OS, I'm not willing to take defeat like that yet!