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    Livy's Avatar Simpleton
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    the add remove prgrams does not remove media player.
    it only removes access to media player.
    e.g removes the shortcut from the start menu etc.

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    what is the point in removing windows media player?

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    windows media player is a lousy player.........
    i always have bugs, or i doesn't read some codecs.....
    so it will be a good thing to remove it

    thanks Crack_man

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    Originally posted by itay@6 April 2003 - 20:08
    windows media player is a lousy player.........
    i always have bugs, or i doesn't read some codecs.....
    so it will be a good thing to remove it
    Exactly,use a better player like BSPlayer which is the best one I have used so far cuz it is easy,good and doesnīt take up so much memory like Media Player does

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    this did not work for me im not sure why i properly did something wrong i pasted that run command into run and tried it and nothing any ideas?

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    Wolfmight's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +1
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    zoomplayer is another good choice

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    its a better idea to remove realplayer if u have it. spyware!

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    I donīt know ift his helps but read THIS

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    Windows Media Player versions 7 and later have progressively MORE anti-copy measures put in, file monitoring (by Microsoft), security holes as bad or worse than the ones in Outlook and Internet Explorer (I had a fake 'MP3' file that was a vbs script virus -- WMP ran it despite being mis-named without even a WARNING&#33, and is just slow BLOATWARE.

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