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My windows media player will no longer play video streaming from internet how can i fix this

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Either it may be corrupt, you can use other software viz. Real player, Roxio etc.

Or if you wish to use only WMP then reinstall the latest version and also check out the internet connection.

Let me know for further assistance before any vote to solution.

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