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Help !!Windows media player

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I went and deleted windows media player off the comp by mistake but realised that i havnt got a legit microsoft thingy... im a complete novice on here and it wont let me up date to the new wmp.. any i… Read More
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1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
I went and deleted windows media player off the comp by mistake but realised that i havnt got a legit microsoft thingy... im a complete novice on here and it wont let me up date to the new wmp.. any ideas i have tried making the computer go back to a few days.. but that didnt work,, :-( the kids will kill me if i dont get it back or something similar so they can play their music:-D
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1d, 2m agoPosted 1 decade, 2 months ago
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#2
thanks for that ill give it a try later :)
#3
we have xp on here by the way...
#4
bubbles70
I went and deleted windows media player off the comp by mistake but realised that i havnt got a legit microsoft thingy... im a complete novice on here and it wont let me up date to the new wmp.. any ideas i have tried making the computer go back to a few days.. but that didnt work,, :-( the kids will kill me if i dont get it back or something similar so they can play their music:-D


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On my PC if you have Xp you can recover this programme using xp system restore.

As you know already carry out the procedure as below but take it back several weeks.

1. Click start button
2. Click help and support
3. Click system restore ( Under additional resources )
4. Follow the instructions. Restore to an earlier time. I normally take it back a week or Two before I have done something silly. It does not affect any work you have done on your PC previously

Hope this helps.
#5
thanks grimm6 will try that again i hope it works
#6
use system restore as a last resort you can easily download media player
#7
have searched all the torrent sites, can't find Microsoft thingy anywhere !! Is it new, has nobody cracked it yet, what does it do. I don't care, I obviously need it now.

Can you upload it for me ? I will pay for it. Name your price. Is it the thingy 2007 version. Will my PC be able to run it ? Is it xp compatible or will I have to upgrade to Vista thingy plus ?
#8
hi thanks you guys for the replys, i have managed to do it, by the system restore it didnt work first time though and had to do it again, :) happy bunny now x
#9
mrtootough
have searched all the torrent sites, can't find Microsoft thingy anywhere !! Is it new, has nobody cracked it yet, what does it do. I don't care, I obviously need it now.

Can you upload it for me ? I will pay for it. Name your price. Is it the thingy 2007 version. Will my PC be able to run it ? Is it xp compatible or will I have to upgrade to Vista thingy plus ?


sorry what microsoft thingy?
#10
currychops
sorry what microsoft thingy?


bubbles70
I went and deleted windows media player off the comp by mistake but realised that i havnt got a legit microsoft thingy...


that microsoft thingy :giggle:
#11
So someone has got a pirated copy of XP which fails the authorisation test that has to be successful to allow the Explorer 7 and Media Player 11 updates...well according to microsoft they are a very common part of the PC community....there are millions of them.
#12
:giggle: @currychops, silly huh

anyways, i dont understand how someone can actually physically delete WMP off their PC 'by mistake' You'd have to go into add/remove programs to remove it, and if you did that by mistake then you must be in some kind of serious trance :giggle: Sure you didnt just delete the shortcut OP?
#13
if you go into "program files" you'll see a folder for "windoes media player"..if you open that folder you should see a file called "MP10setup"...if you double click that file it should reinstall Media Player 10.

paceCETTA..I have just looked in my Add/Remove programs and cannot see an entry for Windows media player so can it be deleted?
#14
oh right, well then it must be even harder to delete! At work, so i was just guessing thats how to delete it.

Personally i dont use WMP, use winamp, but for kids i imagine WMP is a lot more simplistic
#15
well i just went and clicked when it said to upgrade then realised my error, it must have wiped off the previous wmp, i didnt go in to remove programes...! im not a computer wizard..
#16
I don't mean to point out the obvious, but why don't you get a legit version of windows?

I'm rather surprised this thread is allowed, as it's effectively a request for how to bypass copywrite protection.

PS Currychops you can remove WMP by going to add/remove programmes and selecting "windows components"
#17
markwills
PS Currychops you can remove WMP by going to add/remove programmes and selecting "windows components"


Nahhh, that only removes the short cut from the start menu ! It is almost impossible to delete wmp, unless you go into Explorer and delete the directory

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