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Itunes Took Over As Default!


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#1 FreeRadicals

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Posted 13 November 2006 - 11:13 PM

First time we loaded iTunes, it became the default player but I was able to change it back to Windows Media Player. Recently, while hooking up my son's iPod video, it became the default, again. This time, I'm unable to change it back. Everything I do to try to get Media Player back is useless, even when I change the default settings in the start menu. It says it's changing but iTunes has taken over and won't let go. I prefer Media Player and was able to drop and drag music into the iTunes file, as it converted it. I distrust programs that insist on taking over my computer. Any suggestions out there for getting my beloved Media Player back in business?

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Posted 14 November 2006 - 11:56 AM

You can try this link HERE. I stumbled across it in one of tg1911's posts :thumbsup:

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