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VISTA BUSINESS EDITION WILL NOT PLAY WAV FILES

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WHEN I TRY TO PLAY WAV FILES OR WMV THE WINDOWS MEDAI PLAYER CRASHED
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Use the system restore utiltity to roll your system back to a time when the media player works. If you downloaded any media player updates, uninstall them and see if that fixes the problem.
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Media Player 11 is integratd into the OS. There is not an uninstall/reinstall option. Except to use the installation disc in Windows. It will start and a menu will appear and it will let you rerinstall or repair. It will not delete any of your data or other programs.
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