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Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by leigh40, Jan 24, 2003.

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  1. leigh40

    leigh40 Thread Starter

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    hi there,
    just a quicke one is it posible to clean windows media player?
    ie the list in the file menu?
    running ver7.1
    thanks
     
  2. pvc9

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  3. leigh40

    leigh40 Thread Starter

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    there's no download for windows me mate?
    any ideas?
    thanks
     
  4. Low Mein

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    To clear out the recent file and recent url list:
    Click on start, run, type regedit
    Open the following registry trees:
    Hkey_Current user, software, Microsoft, Media Player
    Open the recentfilelist and recenturllist
    delete everything except the default
    Of course if you mess up the registry ...
     
  5. RSM123

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    Also go here :

    http://security.kolla.de/

    And d/l Spybot Search & Destroy - It will clear everything like Spyware, recent application run list, recent media files run, etc.

    After you d/l use the 'search for updates' feature.

    Close Spybot - Then open it again and choose 'search for problems'.
     
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