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#1 Slater68

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Posted 01 March 2009 - 11:32 PM

Recently my computer developed this problem---when I go to the website of a radio station, in this example, www wabcradio.com or www plj.com and click to listen live—the pop up page for the player loads up, and the player says “ready” but nothing happens when I click the button. The same basic problem also happens when I go to the Sirius Online Player (of which I am a subscriber)---however, if I go to Youtube I get normal audio and video. Also if I go to Shoutcast and pick a station, I get normal audio. Also if I go to a website – radiotime.com (which has a whole bunch of radio stations streams collected together, I can hear the wabcradio.com feed although the website has its own player pop up.

I can hear streams through Winamp also.

Now, on my system I have Windows Media 11, VLC media player 0.8.6f , Quicktime player 7.2, Winamp 5.541.

I have checked and updated Flash and Shockwave.

This problem occurs with both IE 7.0 5730.11 and Firefox 3.0.6

I have Windows XP with SP2---SP3 Wont install because I do not have a Word 2002 Disc


I do not know what else to check or update to figure this problem out. If anyone can give me some advice I would appreciate it.

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