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Media players cant open

I have this DLL problem everytime i tried to open media players what can i do to fix it?

my second problem is i cant view anything on my add/remove program.Totally blank. just the other day i still managed to removed some of the unwanted programs and deleted them.but now i don't see all the installed programs there. Is this has something to do with the DLL?

Can't even view all the pictures from my files.

what is the best way for me to fix these problems.

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  • tony121407 Oct 23, 2008

    everytime i turn on my PC the ituneshelper.exe-corrupt files box will come out,and the following infos:
    C:\WINDOWS\winSxS\x86_Microsoft.Windowa.Gdiplus_6595b64144ccf1df-1.0.2600.3532_x-ww_81af8e88\gdiplus.dll is corrupt and unreadable. Please run the chkdsk utility.

    Again when i try to open my Windows Media Player, a prompt box will come out and it reads:
    wmplayer.exe - Bad Image
    The Application or DLL
    C:\WINDOWS\WinSxS\x86_microsoft.Windows.GdiPlus_6595b64144ccf1df_1.0.2600.3352_x-ww_81af8e88|gdipuls.Dll is not a valid Windows image. Please check this against your installation diskette.
    I tried downlading the new Windows media player 11, but its not completing the installation of it.

    Everytime i open my Add/Remove program i dont see anything at all. I mean it will open the add/program but it is completely blank.Do you think it affected also this?

    I checked if i can open some pictures but its not working.Please let me know what i shud else do with it to solve the problem.

    Thank you
    TOny


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What is the name of the dll file???
there are dll file associated with the control panel.

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