Use process monitor to disable windows media player Tags: Monitors Media Player Windows 7 Last response: November 6, 2012 10:32 AM in Windows 7 Share suzzys November 6, 2012 10:24:44 AM I have been trying to disable windows media Player. Someone suggested using PROCESS MONITOR. Do you know what steps I would take? More about : process monitor disable windows media player mi1ez a b $ Windows 7 November 6, 2012 10:32:53 AM Why are you disabling WMP? Is running at startup? Your best bet is to disable it in Windows features. Start > "appwiz.cpl" > "turn windows features on or off" Expand Media Features, and untick what you want. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources disable windows media player for domain users Forum SolvedThe DVD's I burned using Windows Media Player won't work in a DVD player connected to a TV. Why? Forum Windows media player (or codec, monitor, GPU) framerate issues Forum Not able to use windows media player in windows 7 Forum What Deinterlace Filter does Windows Media Player 9 use? Forum A folder gets created on the desktop when using Windows Media Player. Forum SolvedWindows Media Player appears in tray as Xvid Video Decoder Forum Can't play vedio clips by using Windows media player 11 Forum SolvedWindows Media Player doesn't work properly in Windows 8.1 Forum Using Windows Media Player to burn CDs, nothing happens wh.. Forum Need help Using Windows Media Player with a DVD. Forum using radio on windows media player Forum Video Capture Using Windows Media Player 9 Forum SolvedCan't see anything in VLC but can when i open video in windows media player Forum Solvedwindows media player will not stream! Forum SolvedWindows 7 media player problem Forum SolvedWould running Windows Media Player while playing Battlefield 3 with my Core i5 3330 @ 3.4 GHZ cost me any FPS while in game? Forum i dint made recovery media but i tried to restore my tushiba laptop windows 8 but i cancel it during the process then it gave Forum SolvedWindows Media Player CODECs Forum windows media player won't play dvds in a mounted volume. Are there any work-arounds? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !