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Remove Windows media Player

Heeter

Overclocked Like A Mother
#1
Hi Guys,

I have Windows media player 9 in my computer, I think a default windwos media player is in there as well somwhere. Is there someway I can remove these? Even just outright removing WMP9 would be enough. I would like to use simpler, better, less resource hogging dvd player and cd player apps than these behemoths. I plan on using the ATI Control panel players as my default. WMP9 won't even play DVD's because I have to pay for a codec. Thanks in advance.

Heeter
 

Heeter

Overclocked Like A Mother
#2
Thanks Enyo,

I did try that through the Add/Remove, but it is still there. Maybe I should try in safe mode. System restore is not enabled on my machine.

Heeter
 
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Cairo

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#4
by default you cant remove media player in xp the uninstall option isnt there AFAIK but grab a proggy called atomicxp and run that

there is an option that says add more optons to add remove once you done that youll see media player as an unintall option

i have used this several times on the pro version i have no idea if it works on home

atomicxp is here

http://www.subzeropc.com/downloads/
 

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