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WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER NOT RESPONDING..

I HAVE INSTALLED WINDOWS MEDIA PLAYER 11, FROM INTERNET. BUT IT IS NOT RUNNING.I M GETTING NO WARNING OR ERROR BUT, WHEN I CLICK ON ICON, IT DOESNT RESPOND. hi--i have the same problem---it will play 1st track on cd but then does not go any further--it freezes and i have to shut down computer--i had windows media player 10 then tried to download 11--same thing--i then downloaded itunes and the same exact thing happens----i would get not responding---do you know how i can fix this?? thanks

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Uninstall version 11 and reinstall version 10
I use VLC player all the time and have no problems with any sound or video files give it a try

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