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Windows Media Players 9 or 11

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Media Player 11 suddenly, and for no reason I can find, stopped playing any file in My Music or any CD Disc I insert in the CD drive. I confirmed that my 700+ mp3 files are valid by playing a sampling of the library through Real Player, which I installed. I had no problem playing the songs through Real Player. I rolled Media Player 11 back to the original Media Player 9 with the same result. I downloaded Media Player 11 again and, once again, got the same result. I tried playing an mp3 music CD and Media Player refused to play the disc. I have no idea why this problem suddenly occurred. I am running Windows XP Home with SP3 update. Please help me with this problem because I much prefer Media Player 11 to any other program. One remedy that comes to mind is to run my legal XP Disc in the repair mode. Can this be the answer? Thanks for your help. [email protected]

Edited by myles2go, 17 August 2010 - 08:08 PM.

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