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Add/remove list my xp media center windows now has a huge gap in the add/delete list and I would like to delete the gap, but no reg cleaner has been able to do that. any idears? JR

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Download CCleaner,from here:

http://www.filehippo.com/download_ccleaner/

the link is on the top right in the green area...
Install, Run.... Click on tools on the left, and there you are your add/remove programs can be deleted from there...

Have a nice day!

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When that happens you usually need to backup your data, and reinstall the system to fix Windows corrupted files.

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( first remove it and then reinstall it again )

kindly follow the below procedure

click > Start > settings > control panel > Add Remove Programs > Add/ Remove Windows Components > Windows Media Player .

" kindly (Untick) and Click > (Next) > ( Finish)
so that Windows Media Player is removed . "

Now to load back fresh Windows Media Player.

kindly do same procedure to reach there as mentioned below.

click > Start > settings > control panel > Add Remove Programs > Add/ Remove Windows Components > Windows Media Player .

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Hi,

You can uninstall the software by following this :

Start-control panel-add/remove programs

All the installd programs will be listed.

Just select which you want to remove & click on remove.

Wait it will uninstall the software.

Restart the system.

Good Luck.

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Reinstalling Windows can be done in two ways...

1. Install it over your current installation.
2. Install from scratch.

The best thing to do is back-up data on some other disk that you cannot miss. Make s since a clean install will erase all data. Installing Windows over your existing installtion is not advised since it makes a huge mess out of things.

I'm not sure about the upgrade CD. It should work, if it doesn't you need to install a copy of XP first and then use the upgrade CD over it.

I hope this helps you out. Please rate the solution.

Greetings,

DarkNeogen.

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