|08 Feb 2010||#6|
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I would actually suggest you to use the windows media player troubleshooting pack.
Go to start menu, type in troubleshoot. Go to programs, etc and use the window smedia player troubleshoot pack to restore your library and your player to default settings. You don't really need to go so far as a repair install....
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