Recently, I had some problems showing what I was listening in Windows Media Player 11 with Google Talk. I thought it was the preview version 220.127.116.11, but when I downloaded the new version 18.104.22.168, it wasn't still working. So I went to Google Talk Help Discuss and found a post that had the answer I was looking for, so if you have had this problem, this is what you have to do:
When Windows Media Player or your Windows desktop crashes, Windows Media Player is designed to disable all plug-ins (including the Google Talk music status plug-in). If this happens, the current music track you're playing on Windows Media Player won't show up as your Google Talk's status message.
I know many of you have found the solution to this problem, but for those who haven't found this fix before, all you need to do is re-enable the Google Talk plug-in. Just follow these steps:
1. Open Windows Media Player.
2. From the View menu, select 'Plug-ins' > 'Options...'
3. From the Category section of the Plug-ins tab, select 'Background.'
4. Select the 'Google Talk Music Plugin' checkbox.
5. Click 'OK.'
You'll have to close and restart Windows Media Player for your change to take effect. Happy music status sharing!
Bueno, eso es todo. Si les pasa lo mismo, ya saben qué hacer.