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  Reply # 1924766 24-Dec-2017 23:24
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Use the convert/save fuction on VLC or via iTunes.  WMP was a bucket of bolts anyway.   





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  Reply # 1924821 25-Dec-2017 07:54
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kiwifidget: I do have an Insider Build so that may explain why WMP has gone AWOL.

You should probably report that via the feedback app; it could well be a bug in the build.- that’s not uncommon!



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  Reply # 1925260 26-Dec-2017 12:06
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hmmm, i'm trying to use VLC now.

 

Can it only do 1 track at a time? As I cant seem to get it to do the whole CD at once.





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  Reply # 1925808 27-Dec-2017 18:04
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?play the album folder rather than open the album folder and play first track and expect it to keep playing.

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  Reply # 1931361 6-Jan-2018 16:18
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My Insider build has WMP there and working.


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  Reply # 1931396 6-Jan-2018 16:58
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I just deleted windows media player.

 

Then

 

     

  1. Opened cmd as admin.
  2. Ran sfc /scannow
  3. Windows media player was restored.

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