Quote: Originally Posted by derekimo
Have you tried clicking yes to this message to download from microsoft?
lol...Do I come off as stupid? Maybe it's my English.
Of course I have, there is no download link on their website.
Quote: Originally Posted by windrider
Go to %ProgramFiles% (and %ProgramFiles(x86)% for 64-bit OS) folder, and delete the Windows Media Player folder
Then go to
- Open Turn Windows features on or off again.
- Check (tick) the checkbox for Windows Media Player and/or Windows Media Center.
- Restart computer.
See if that helps.
Tried that, did not work.
I tried running the setup_wm in the Windows Media Player folder after I restarted it back on, and I got this: