Requested file not found. The link you followed may be outdated or inaccurate.
This error may have one of several causes:
The address or file no longer exists.
If you were trying to access a Web site, it may no longer be available online, or it may have been moved to a different address.
If you were trying to play (or replay) a live broadcast, the broadcast may have ended and the file for it is no longer available on that Web site. If the broadcast was streamed from a particular Web site, you can search that site for archived copies of the broadcast. Not all sites archive their broadcasts, however.
The address was entered incorrectly.
If you typed (or pasted) an address in the RealPlayer Address bar, be sure that you included the entire address. Double-check the spelling and all capitalization within the address. Some servers are case-sensitive and incorrect capitalization will prevent RealPlayer from locating the file.
Your temporary folder is full or contains a corrupt file.
If the "Requested file not found" error is followed by an error with the text "file:\\C:\WINDOWS\Temporary Internet Files\Content.IE..." the problem could be caused by a full or corrupt file within the Temporary Internet Files folder.
To avoid this error, you can clear those saved files:
In RealPlayer, click Tools, then Preferences.
In the Category pane under Connection, click Internet / Privacy.
Click the Change Settings button. The Internet Properties window opens.
Click the General tab.
In the Temporary Internet files area, click Delete Files, and then click OK. It may take some time to delete all the files.
In the History area, click Clear History.
Click Yes in the window that pops up. Again, it may take a while to delete all the files.
When this is completed, click OK and restart your system.
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