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Old March 5th, 2019, 07:51 PM
evanandrew3333 evanandrew3333 is offline
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Well I am nervous about my new RAM.

In an unrelated matter, I was having trouble with Windows Media Player.
I decided to completely delete it, and download a fresh version.

Unfortunately it did not show up in a "Add or Remove Programs" search.

Instead I found something I did not recognize called WMP Codec pack.
I deleted/uninstalled that but it said I had to reboot.

I rebooted and was VERY unhappy.
Black screen for a long long long five minutes.
That is not right.
With the new Ram the first time it loaded to my desktop in about 10 seconds.

Running HP support Assistant. First Checked for Updates.
That ran for a long time, but did not produce anything at all, no "results" box came up.

So, I went to the internet, www.microsoft.com

Actually think I am having a nightmare, literally.

I currently have WMP on my computer and it is up and running as I speak.
Yet the Microsoft page says:

"Windows Media Player is not compatible with your system.
You are running Windows 7 64 bit. Although Windows Media Player will not run on
your system, you can download Windows Media Player for other operating systems.
Which version would you like to download?"

Ok, something is MASSIVELY BROKEN HERE.

Can anyone make a shred of sense out of this?