the wmploc.dll file have a version number of 12.0.7601.17514 where 12.0.7601.18150 was expected

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I'm having the exact same trouble that indicates the other user but I tried the link to download the media player from the link Windows 7 Home Premium (x 86) - 32-bit and the link does not work.

What else do I do?

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After typing in the command and pressing on enter, it is simply a new line and nothing happens. The fix for me on the link does not work for my Windows 7 and fix it did not work me.

You get no message output, but the concerned registry values have been set. The only thing is that you must run the command from a command-line administrator (step 3 above), otherwise it wouldn't work.

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