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Thank you Nev.
Hi, how long ago did you do all this?
You may be able to go back to a date before this all happened, which will give you back the Windows Media Player as it was, using system restore.
To do so, click start, then in the search box type or copy and paste=
In the box that opens, select "Restore this computer to an earlier point in time"
In the next window to open click "Open System Restore"
In the next smaller window to open there will be maybe two restore points shown, they may not go back far enough, so put a tick in the small box for "Show more restore points"
You should then see a list of all previous restore points that have been created on your computer.
If you have not done a system restore before, it will go right back to when Service pack 1 was installed.
Choose an early enough date to be sure that it was before you first upset the media player.
Be warned that any program you installed after that date will have to be re-installed, also any program you removed after that date will return.
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