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My Windows Media Player 11 is not displaying correctly.

I had just reformatted my computer and was rushing to get it back up to where it was before and installed WMP 11 and Photoshop 7.0 at the same time.

Basically, The graphics of WMP 11 have been awful since I reinstalled it. I can see the gradient they used for the GUI, it doesn't blend smoothly like before I reformatted this thing. And I have to drag my mouse over the drop down menus to make them appear.

I tried a plain uninstall/reinstall but it didn't correct the problem.

Here is a screenshot, you can see how I have to drag my mouse over the menu and how the gradient sticks out, especially near the bottom of the player:

Photoshop is also displaying incorrectly (gradients look terrible-awful for a photo program haha), but I assume if I can fix Windows Media Player, then Photoshop should require a similar procedure...

I'm thinking the best way to do this is to remove registry keys left behind, if any? Thanks for the help!

EDIT: Argh, I realized I posted this in the wrong place...still need help though, I understand if it has to be moved, of course.
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