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    Default Re: WMP Wacky

    If it says a newer version is running you may want to see if WMP is running in the background. Check task manager and shut off all non essential processes before trying again.
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    I have never used WMP on my file before, or on any file on my comp, it has never appeared in hte taskbar either,
    The URGE software that came with WMP11 beta does the same thing, the hourglass appears for a sec then nothing happens.
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    I'll be honest, this is an interesting problem. Can't Add/Remove it...can't install a newer version... The only thing that makes me consider is a Registry problem. Have you by chance tweaked your registry?

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    I don't even know what a registry is, all ive tweaked is my boot(shaved 30 seconds off)
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    I just wanna throw my pc out the window, it has a horrible primitive out dated vid card, a 15" monitor, kinston ram, a mobo that forbids oc and a 476 pin celeron. GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR! i hate it so!
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    Kinston RAM? Oh...Kingston, a GREAT RAM manufacturer. Mobo that forbids OC, yeah, you get that when you buy OEM, what do you expect? Oh, also, 478 pin. Either way, yeah, you got a Dell, what did you expect?

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    Ya lol, I didnt mean to, I didnt know RAM from CPU then
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    How do you live with a 15 inch monitor? Hey man I've been looking around online and you can build a pretty cheap(but fast) System for very little money. You can even use your dell case if you want, but the motherboard will have to be micro atx im thinking
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    Dell cases are proprietary. Try using a Dell PSU on a normal ATX motherboard, it will fry. Also, he posted in another thread that is 15.4" viewable, so technically speaking it would be considered about a 17" CRT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amd_man2005
    Dell cases are proprietary. Try using a Dell PSU on a normal ATX motherboard, it will fry. Also, he posted in another thread that is 15.4" viewable, so technically speaking it would be considered about a 17" CRT.
    .4" doesnt make a dif, it syill suks, but i like looking at the tiny pixels.
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