Windows Media Player is quite popular among people from all over the world.
But no matter how popular this software is; Windows Media Player is not completely bug free.
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This quick-fix shows you how to easily resolve a corrupt WMP library.
This key corresponds to the digital rights management and if the cache is corrupt, you will never be able to load the Windows Media Player.
The digital rights management cache can become corrupt due to a number of reasons like changing of hardware.
Several cases have been reported till date about the unwanted crashes of this highly popular music player.
We are going to explore a very similar case here: As soon as you open your Windows Media Player to play your audio/video files, it crashes immediately with the error message “Windows Media Player has stopped working.” Initially we thought that the problem is temporary and the player will work fine if we open it from other source.