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nettoon1991

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what is going on?!?!?!?!
i did what you told me to do and i click apply and then ok then i go back to options and look at see if the setting stayed the same and the option is still the same, i click the box press ok and it stays the same
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Try to open an mp3 file and see if Windows Media Player opens.

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there has been no change since i started this topic something keeps happening
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Do you have your XP cd handy? If so go to START-->RUN and type sfc /scannow. NOTE the space between sfc and /scannow. This will check your Windows files and see if any are corrupt/missing and replace any that are. After the blue bar goes away, reboot your computer and then try to open up a mp3 file. If it still doesn't work, go back and redo some of the suggestions I asked you to do throughout this topic and see if any of them stick this time.

If not of them work, then I suggest you do a REPAIR INSTALLATION of windows XP using the link in my signature as a guideline. Don't worry all your programs will still work afterwards and you won't lose any settings or files. It will only replace the operating system files (C:\WINDOWS). You will need to redo all windows updates after doing this.

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Edited by Fenor, 23 October 2005 - 09:05 PM.

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no i dont have a windows cd but if i borrow my friends and use the repair is that legel ?
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