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I posted on April 22 and received no response then a friend told me a week later to respond to my post and say "bump" and this should get a response. I have received no response. If I am doing it incorrectly please tell me. I am having problems keeping WMP my default player ever since updating I-tunes and Quick time. My post on 4-22-2011 attempts to explain it. Hopefully you can help. Chevelle67
Well, if you do not wish to follow the above suggestion for now, open up either iTunes or Quicktime, Edit menu, select Preferences, look for a file association related setting, uncheck any file types that you want associated with WMP and save this setting in the Preferences window, close down the application, reboot your computer and check again.
Thank you for your feedback. I uninstalled ITunes and reinstalled and unchecked the box for default. So far it is not trying to be the default. The other problem as in my origonal post was that ITunes and Quick time consistantly try to get on my Startup according to WinPatrol. I will watch this and let you know if it keeps happening. Chevelle67