Windows Live Movie Maker does not start on Windows 7 Home Premium N

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I tried to launch Live Movie Maker on Windows 7 Home Premium N when he asked WMVCore.dll. I guess that there is a link with the WMedia player not installed on this version of W7?

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Hello Cleynadi,

Thank you for your message.  Please, click HERE and download the Media Pack for your version of Windows 7.  This should take care of the problems you are having.
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