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Rhapsody I uninstalled my realplayer. Now my rhapsody keeps locking up. What do I do?

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Uninstall Rhapsody, add/remove programs.. then download and reinstall realplayer.. ya be good to go.. also ensure all ya associations are OK too.

Get the FREE player.


www.real.com/player/

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