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try a repair of the network connection (Right click it, repair) that will clear several settings that might be an issue. If no change boot to safe mode with networking, see if issue occurs in safe mode. If issue doesn't occur in safe mode, then you might try a system restore to a time period when the issue was not occurring. You can flash the BIOS to a current version if a newer version is available. You can uninstall the driver in the safe mode, reboot and re-install the driver. If the issue does not occur in the safe mode, you may also try editing the startup group of MSCONFIG to see if a driver installed there is causing an issue
Last but not least, run a malware scan of the system (Malwarebytes from Download.com is highly recommeneded)
Try one of these solutions... should help you fix the problem.
1. System Restore (How to do? - Start > Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System restore) .. Select a date when your media player used to work and restore the system.
2. Clear startup. (How to do? - Start > Run > Type in 'msconfig' > click ok to open the application, select the 'startup tab' and click on disable all, will stop startup apps... system will get a little fastser too)
You should be able to fix this simply by inserting the original Cd that came with the computer and following the onscreen instructions.
Or the startup disks (if created) when you first used your laptop.
Alternatively If you do not have the one that came with your computer then you should be able to purchase one from ebay quite easily, and then insert it and follow the onscreen instructions.
I hope this helps you, Chris