Trouble updating windows media player

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When I searched for the KB4046355 update, I came across this forum post.There some user mentioned, that after installing the KB4046355 update, the Windows Media Player had disappeared. I then ran the test on the machine and let install the update.When the installation is complete, Driver Robot will run automatically and ask you if you want to scan for new drivers.

Without the most up-to-date manufacturer driver for these devices, Windows Media Player can have playback problems like choppy video, sound glitches, and missing audio and video.

The best way to avoid Windows Media Player playback issues is to use Driver Robot to automatically update your video and sound drivers.

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PS: Unfortunately, I also noticed that the last cumulative update, which raises Windows 10 Build 16299.1 to build 16299.15, doesn’t like a restart during the update installation.

I booted the test machine during install to finish the Feature On Demand Media Player update because the cumulative update has been installing for hours.

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