Quote: Originally Posted by mw2
Maybe there is another media player which does not support the running of Windows Media Player. Try actually running it with your other Media players and see if they ask you to close it down to start up.
Also, a screenshot would be nice!
So i go to control panel > default programs > set your default programs > windows media player > choose defaults for this program, and then i see this http://img838.imageshack.us/img838/9697/grayedout.jpg
I can't uncheck any of the associations. I don't have trouble checking them, i want to uncheck them. Anyway, as for other players, i only have winamp installed with no associations.
Quote: Originally Posted by richc46
Type media player in search. When it pops up right click. That can be done, I just tested on my own.
Also, try in safe mode and see what happens.
Yes, that can be done. But that doesn't help me since the associations aren't changed from within WMP but from a setting in control panel.