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Windows media not play or autoplay

My pc is"intel inside pentium4" .when i start the system we can hear the sound but we cannot hear the musics as i click on to any album there is message "problem in playable file " ,i m not getting it that where is the problem in my window media(10 upgraded). please guide me . autoplay in problem sayes c:/IISDLL.DLL.(acceries)

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Your issue has nothing to do with the UPS. Please post it in the correct category.

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