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Is there a way to completly remove windows media player 9 of this freakin computer?

I want version 10 not 9 and since I cannot find an answer to my prob with 10 I wonna know how to remove version 9. :tazz:

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what's your question with 9?
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HOW DO I COMPLETLY REMOVE THE FREAKIN THING :tazz:
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10 will overwrite 9.
Go ahead with installtion of 10
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what do you try to do when you install wmp 10?
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10 will overwrite 9.
Go ahead with installtion of 10

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...yeah, what darth said
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10 will overwrite 9.
Go ahead with installtion of 10

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Mate, I have done that :tazz: but my problem still remains.
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Is there some kind of error during installtion?
Or the installtion succeeds, and when u open WMP, u find out its still 9.
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Is there some kind of error during installtion?
Or the installtion succeeds, and when u open WMP, u find out its still 9.

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its that prob that I was having that had everyone in here stumped, I thinl that it might have been you that suggested to remove media player 10 and try again, but that did not work.

Just a refrease mate the prob was that in the left hand side of media player where is says all music etc, that would double up twice.

Also, another one that I am getting annoyed with, is the update thing for it.

I have media player 10 and it says that I dont so I downloaded the update for it and then it says that I already have media player installed on my system.... talking about mircosoft having some crap software aye lol.

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so media player itself functions ok, just the sidebar is jacked up?
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Yes and I dont get why aye.

i haev no spyware on my computer not virus's

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