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I tried it and did not like it. How do I remove it so I can re-install WMP 10

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how exactly did you "try it" and what do you mean by "it didn't like it"
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Dont know how you couldnt like it over WMP10 10 really sucks, read this it tells you how http://reviews.cnet....threadID=176978 . I dont get it 11 is leaps and bounds ahead of 10 i love it so much but i have a huge collection of tunes and the library interface is so good.
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Yeah WMP11 is nice! I like how it like searches your collection and has album covers to the shows and what not...very neat!..

Edited by pomp, 23 May 2006 - 03:41 PM.

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ah...i get what you said..you tried wmp11 and didn't like it..not tried to remove it and the computer didn't like you removing it..sorry for misreading that..

hmmm....i have no idea how to revert....
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start > settings > control panel > add/remove programs > check the box that says "show updates" > uninstall windows media player 11 and the windows media player 11 runtime.. that should be listed under microsoft
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