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Windows 7 still uses the 32 bit version of 'Windows Media Player' even though you run a x64 build of Windows 7, there is however a way to change this and there are som advantages by doing so, among others you will be able to use your 64 bit video codecs instead of 32 bit, so you will be able to use your 64 processor. By switching to WMP x64, users just need to install one instance of codecs (just x64 version) to playback various media files in WMC and WMP. Follow the tutorial by clicking read more.This is how you do! Run Registry Editor (RegEdit). Take ownership and grant full control of regis