Ok so I go to remove my current version, which I notice is "Windows Media Player 10". I use "Add Remove Programs" to get rid of it and try a reinstall. Same message! So I find the folder and delete it. Doesn't work. I look for every instance of the software on any drive and remove everything I can find, and then, completely against my better judgement, I backup my registry and delete every instance of "Media Player" I can find. It still won't install! Apparantly I have some ghost version of the software that is more current than 10, but no where to be found on my PC.
I rebooted, looked again, and again... and a couple of hours later I'm completely lost. Does anyone have a clue why the program won't install. If I have to completely reinstall Windows, and all my apps to get this running I think I'll cry. I have everything just the way I want it now .... =(
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Edited by Keith, 01 January 2006 - 01:03 AM.