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|16th May 2004, 10:52||#1|
How to uninstall windows media player 9 fully???
How can I uninstall windows media player 9?? (FULLY!!!!>> also clean registery)
It seems like this program is cooked in windows XP pro, it is not removable??!!! But I have read something that it is possible to remove it (like windows messenger..) but I don't find it anymore... Do you people have nice alternatives for the wmp 9 that use less resources??
|16th May 2004, 11:03||#2|
Join Date: May 2002
Why remove it? Just install another player (bsplayer) and voila..
|16th May 2004, 11:12||#4|
|16th May 2004, 11:43||#5|
U might find the aswer there
This is how u can uninstall msn and i think u can do the same for wmp.
Note: If SP1 is installed this tip is pointless. Use Add/Remove Programs to remove Messenger
To add Messenger to the Add/Remove Programs feature accessible via Control Panel
Navigate to C:\Windows\inf
(If your Windows directory is different, substitute the proper drive letter)
Find the line that reads
Change it to read
Windows Messenger will now appear in Add/Remove Windows Components section of Add/Remove Programs accessible through Control Panel.
Just find the mediaplayer line and unhide it.
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