No problem, friend.
Go to the start menu and select "run." Then paste this code:
Then, it'll ask you if you want to roll back the installation, if you upgraded from an older version to WMP9. This causes Windows to uninstall it, instead of using some crap program.
RunDll32 advpack.dll,LaunchINFSection %windir%\INF\wmp.inf,Uninstall
BTW, if you upgraded earlier, you may have to do it twice to get rid of all the files. But you can make a "bat" file out of the code to make it easier.
But, when it's done, most likely after a restart, the Windows Media Player Folder will be empty and all the other files and associations will be gone.
Of course you may want to think of cleaning the registry when you're done.
RegSeeker registry cleaner
NTRegOpt registry compactor
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