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Hello hai
frist you goto control panel .add remove programs and addremove windows components and select widows media player exremove tik mork and next finesh


ofter this proses restar your system and same proses goto control panel and open addremove programs to select add remove windows components select the windows media player next finsh now your media player working fine

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