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you could try sfc/scannow ,that may reinstall it
SFC /SCANNOW Command - System File Checker - Windows 7 Forums
also you could type in the start search. turn on windows features, in the windows that follow find under media ( i think)then select wmp and see if that does it.
Windows Features - Turn On or Off
follow from step 6 for help how to turn on wmp
Windows Media Player Troubleshooting Guide
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