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As you can see on the screenshot, my media player "lost" his '*.mp3' file format..
He does still know how to play it, so it's not codecs...

I tried to re-install it, but on some website i found:

* You can uninstall the WMP11 through the Add/Remove Programs control panel. If you have run old versions of CCleaner (they have fixed this in current builds), those will destroy WMP's ability to uninstall. If you have run CCleaner or otherwise find that uninstall fails, you should still be able to use the System Restore point that WMP created in order to roll back to your previous player version. If you have run CCleaner and System Restore does not work, contact Product Support - steps to do so are available under WMP's Help menu.

And yes, I use CCleaner...

So, does anyone know how to add the '*.mp3' file format line again?
I have no idea of how I lost it, but I do miss it.

PS: In case you're wondering, I'm using a Dutch version of Windows XP, that should explain the funny descriptions

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It's not included on the "Filmbestand (mpeg)" line?

Nope..

I think I forgot to mention, but there's mp3's in that folder..

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