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Problem Playing Wma


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#1 shrimp

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Posted 15 November 2005 - 03:21 AM

hey.
new to this so apologies in advance if not enough details. recently i have tried to play wma files but every time i do, the program i use experiences "a fatal error and needs to shut down". i have had the same problem using windows media player, media monkey, classic media player and winamp. I tried to get round this by using iTunes to convert all my wmas to aac, however iTunes refuses to recognise that media player is installed. also tryed using power mp3 converter and others from xilisoft, but get the same program shutdown when opening the files. i don't believe its a problem with digital rights management as i have that turned off and did do when they were ripped. i have recently acquired and disposed of spy sheriff. bit stuck, help would be great!!
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Posted 18 November 2005 - 10:10 AM

been tied up with virus's and that, but rolled back to 9 series today and everything works now. cheers for the help.
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