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This is a discussion on Media Player within the Tech Board forums, part of the Community Boards category; ok, you aren't getting this....the file is not corrupted...this happened on my old computer, my new one, and a few ...

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    ok, you aren't getting this....the file is not corrupted...this happened on my old computer, my new one, and a few friends of mine...all completely different computers that downloaded wmp 9 at different times. I just want to know how to go back to the old version, I am not reinstalling everything again, because I need this computer everyday for school, and I have at least 10 GB of programs that I need to be able to use EVERYDAY. I guess nobody here can help me because they always treat me like I haven't tried anything and know nothing about computers. Can only those that actually KNOW how to fix this, respond.

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    Here's a thought, prick. People only treat you like you haven't tried anything because you give us SO little details about your problem.

    As for your problem, have you tried searching the MS Knowledge Base about the problem? Obviously none of us has had this problem or knows how to fix it so I would imagine that you should try searching there before throwing a fit about how we can't solve your problems.

    Last edited by ober; 11-13-2003 at 06:36 AM.

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    Also, re-reading your OP, i see that you've, like a genius, deleted some registry settings and some system files. This is NOT the best route to go about removing things. You should have at least backed up the registry before doing that.

    At this point, your only real option is re-installing. And if you try to tell me that you can't back up your stuff and re-install, then there's nothing more we can really do. And I don't think anyone else is going to tell you different.

    You caused your own problems. Now you have to pay the price.

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    [list=1][*]Original poster “throwing his toys out of the pram” when he doesn’t get the solution he requires. Nobody is obliged to help anyone on these boards. If the answer doesn’t come quickly and in the form you wish, then too bad.[*]Final poster being obnoxious by calling original poster a rude name. Rude names will not be tolerated on these boards unless used on the likes of Govtcheez or –Ken-[/list=1]

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