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my computer recently had an error and i was forced to repair the system using the windows cd. Now after the repair was complete everything was back to normal and working fine but when i try to open DRM protected media files i get this message,
'Windows Media Player cannot play, synchronize, or burn a protected file because an error occurred while verifying the license.'
is there anything i can do to play these files is there any way to remove the DRM thats protecting the files so i can watch them again or are they lost for good? The files aren't that important but it would be nice if i could still use them. i am sure i am not the only person having this problem or a similar problem.
is there anyone out there with any help or advice?