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Urge Mtv Music Service Program Causing Problems

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#1 Randy Poe

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Posted 01 January 2008 - 07:48 PM

A Vista laptop came with Windows Media Player 11 and URGE (before it was Rhapsody). Every time I boot, URGE tries to install itself, ending with the "Error 1324 - The path Start Menu contains an invalid character." You have to cancel out of this 4 separate times before it shuts up. Sometimes the same error occurs when trying to play a WMV file. Attempting to remove URGE through Vista's version of Add/Remove programs results in the same messages. I have been unable to remove Windows Media Player even in safe mode. I have attempted to remove all URGE entries from the registry, but have the same problem resulting. URGE support (now Rhapsody) just wants me to install Rhapsody... I don't download music and don't want their ITunes wannabe. Has anyone had a similar problem and know a way out of this? Thanks.

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