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windows 7 professional (64 bit)

Posted By:      Posted Date: May 22, 2011    Points: 0   Category :WPF
actually while installing one software i pressed NEXT button ,finally it will display small box i did not see that box properly some thing it shows c:/windows/system/exe   (not clear),that time also i pressed ok again it shows same window i pressed ok and finally it displays same box around 10 times ,10 times i gave ok button .After that it asked open with simply i gave windows media player after that every software converted in to windows media player .if i open any software it will open windows media player only ,from now onwards these things are not working  1.copy and paste 2. recovery option 3.restore option 4.anti virus also disappeared ,and i dont have back up file ,this time what can i do please give reply 

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