There is a fact that most of these mediaplayer issues are curable as they arise because of some silly mistakes we do in Windows. Fortunately, the methods of fixing the mediaplayer issue aren't as complicated as you might think and you can try all them one by one. If you don't want to fix the mediaplayer issues by yourself, you may take advantage of an automatic repair tool.
1.First of all click the Start button to view the Start Menu. Then choose the Control Panel option.
2.After click Control Panel, enter into System and Security, then click into Windows Update.
3. Now you are at the Windows Update section of our Window 7 Control panel. You can manually look up for any new updates by clicking the Check for updates button
First, open up Notepad by pressing Windows Key + R to open Run and type notepad to get a new Notepad window. Paste the following text:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
Save the file with CTRL + S --- name it whatever you like, but be sure that it ends in.reg to make it a Registry file.
Double-click the new file and confirm adding it to the Registry.
Now, you can restart the computer to re-enable automatic updates, or open the Start Menu and choose Control Panel > Windows Update to check for updates on the web manually. You should find new updates waiting for you, despite XP not receiving any updates since 2014.