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Media player ,system restore, help and support not working

My windows media player is not working and whenever i open system restore,system information,wireless assistant,etc i get a blank page.may be i have deleted some of my system files can reinstalling the windows help myproblem or is there any better alternative. please suggest me. another problem that i have is that my windows xp cd is in the form of nero disk image how can i install windows from that cd. my operating system is "windows xp version 6-dark edition"

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  • ahmed_iqubal Jan 14, 2009

    i have tried these steps but as i told u my windows cd is nero disc image of the original cd and i m unable to open the files present in the cd,can this cd be used to install the windows,if yes then what should be the process to install and if no then what should i do.please suggest me

  • Anonymous Jan 14, 2009

    my wmp, system restore, help and support is not working i tried to re install them as told by ur expert but my os disc is the nero disc image of the original is cd and when i try to open the files present in the cd i cannot open it and hence was unable to install ,now i want to know that how can i install the os from that cd and if it is not possible to install the os from that cd how can i remove the os from my laptop whenever i tried to uninstall the windows os from my laptop an error message"file missing"was shown

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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 .

kindly (tick) mark the Windows media player and click > ( Next ) > ( Finish)

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