No Problem chyana. Do you have any third party codecs or plugins installed for Windows Media Player? If you do uninstall them as one of them maybe be interfering with Windows Media Player. Try right clicking on the Windows Media Player shortcut and click run as administrator
. Now see if you can rip or burn CD's. If you still can't then try this.
1. Click Start, type cmd
in the start search box.
2. At the top cmd
will show. Right click cmd
and click run as administrator
. The Command Prompt window will open.
3. Type sfc /scannow
and press enter. Let the process run. Let me know if it finds an corrupted files.
4. After its finished, reboot the computer.
5. After the computer reboots shut down all backround programs that are running in the system tray in the taskbar in case one of those programs in conflicting with Windows Media Player.
6. See if you can rip/burn CD's now.