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Windows Media Player Problem

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Ive got a problem with my windows media player -
Everytime i try start windows media player it says An internal Application Error
and everytime i try install Windows Media Player it would say:
It was not possible to complete setup
Windows Media Player 10 was not installed. To update Windows, run Windows Media Player again.
i tried to uninstall Windows Media 10 before this problem occured so i could do a clean install and it said do you want to rollback to the previous version that was on your computer? and i clicked OK and then when i reset my comp Windows Media Player would not install or Play. My taskbar is also quite bugged, i cant click on anything to the right of the start Menu.
Does anyone know how i can fix this problem and make Windows Media Player work again?
Thanks :tazz:

Edited by Ange|, 04 September 2005 - 06:49 AM.

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Hi and welcome to Geeks to Go. If you choose to roll back to previous installation, you will need to download and install Windows Media Player 9 (available at Microsoft's web page). You said you cannot access anything in the system tray (I think you said taskbar...to the right of the start menu). This is the system tray which displays programs that are running. This is not normal. I would suggest checking for malware.
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