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Media Feature Pack for Windows (KB3010081) and kb3099229 for Window 10 n

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I am having an issue with the installation of the media feature pack.

The Installation log says it is installed but Windows Media Player is not installed.  

The update does not show up on the remove updates.
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Open Control Panel, Programs and Features, and then click on Windows Features (left side) and all that to populate.

Scroll down to Media Features, open that, and make sure Windows Media Player and Media Features are both enabled.

Then run Windows Media Player from the Start menu.
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