Here's what's left of those files on my Win2K SP3 system following an uninstall of WMP7.1, reinstall of WMP7.1, and removal of the WMP Adaptec CD Burning Plugin:
This seems to match Richard's end result precisely, though it appears he was having a different problem with WMP than I was - mine would just crash/not work, but I was able to uninstall it via CP Add/Remove without any problems. I wonder if the installation of InCD is what trashed WMP - my antennae weren't focused on WMP at all at the time, but WMP seemed to go south right after I simultaneously installed my new burner & DVD-ROM drives and their respective software. Could also have been the PowerDVD installation, for all I know.
For a variety of reasons, I haven't been *exercising* InCD much, meaning no formatting or reformatting since getting my system *clean*, but I'm having no problems using it as a large floppy for backing up files. It's also *very* fast for that purpose, BTW. And WMP seems to be working fine after the reinstall.
Hope this is helpful to one & all.