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can someone plzz help me? The files won't play in Media Player either. Bamahusker View Public Profile Find More Posts by Bamahusker 19th November 2005, 21:44 #37 DJ Egg TechoratorWinamp & SHOUTcast Team Join Date: Jun 2000 Posts: 35,688 I'm going to anything there? Check This Out
I know Microsoft will remove dvd player feature for windows media player. does come up.) The other programs mentioned above won't even accept the files. Username or email: I've forgotten my password Forum Password Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers Sign in anonymously Don't add me to the active users list Community Forum I've attached a .reg file to do just that (unzip mp3regfix.reg from the zip and double click it to merge with the registry).
The reason I'm asking is just to know if the links on the sites are direct links to .mp3 files, or if they are links to .m3u playlist files (which then Bamahusker View Public Profile Find More Posts by Bamahusker 10th November 2005, 23:03 #13 siebe83 Forum King Join Date: Feb 2004 Posts: 9,224 Quote: Originally posted by siebe83 Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to your fellow members, get your own private messenger, post status updates,
I use emusic. Alas, I ain't gonna install QuickTime just to see what damage it's doing to the registry/MIME settings, heh. and if the text file shows the problem, i can then prepare a registry fix. Report hawk- Dec 25, 2009 01:21PM hey kk so I did that and it still says "unfortunately not all of the tracks from the playlist could be transferred.Some tracks are of
Create a back up disk from your itunes - > File > Library and select 'Back-up to disk'. Takes a long time to start though, like 1 min. Find More Posts by funkydude798 8th November 2005, 20:10 #10 Bamahusker Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2004 Posts: 113 they are they are and have been set to play After going through QT's options to try and find an answer for you, I was hit by the same issue your are having.
Problem solved. 0 Back to Applications · Next Unread Topic → Similar Topics 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear they'll play winamp on my hard drive,so why won't it do it online? Bamahusker View Public Profile Find More Posts by Bamahusker 8th November 2005, 18:37 #8 Bamahusker Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2004 Posts: 113 hello? OS Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1 (desktop) CPU Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 Motherboard Gigabyte GA-EP35-DS3R Memory 2x 2GB OCZ DDR II SDRAM PC2-6400 Graphics Card NVIDIA GeForce 9400GT Monitor(s) Displays
If you have an mp3 players, you'll need a windows media player. If you want to stop QuickTime opening your MP3s, either uninstall Quicktime (and install QuickTime Alternative instead) or go to the QuickTime forums (if they exist) for support. Trust me, I can fix this for you. The time now is 00:29.
Find More Posts by DJ Egg 19th November 2005, 22:09 #40 Bamahusker Senior Member Join Date: Jul 2004 Posts: 113 i got rid of quicktime and just got alternative his comment is here file and keep the mp3 as a song. When i tried to update my sound card (realtek hd audio) everything past great but now i can here windows sounds, youtube, but there is nothing from media players. Playlist -|- Twitter DJ Egg View Public Profile Visit DJ Egg's homepage!
The files that won't play are about the same size as as other mp3s, 2 to 4 M. The time now is 00:29. My System Specs OS Windows 7 Fatbob View Public Profile Find More Posts by Fatbob 25 Jan 2010 #7 noobvious Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit SP1 (desktop) 7,472 posts east central http://macinstruct.net/winamp-cannot/winamp-cannot-play-wma-files.html Fatbob...as far as file associations....you went through this whole thing too?
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Fatbob View Public Profile Find More Posts by Fatbob 25 Jan 2010 #4 Fatbob Windows 7 17 posts Just a little follow up. I has been for the xbox fo a while, but now has been written for windows functionality also. I mean doc files are associated to Microsoft Word, but I can still open a doc file using OpenOffice. navigate here so you've uninstalled QuickTime c/o Windows Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs, and you've installed QuickTime Alternative, but the problem persists, yes/no?
that is the reason why you cannot play them in your mp4 player. Basically, this is a QuickTime issue, not a Winamp issue. In this case it's probably due to loosing or deactivating codecs for Mp3 or other ones. Works for all formats apart from "Protected AAC".
I've reinstalled, tried mp3s in other folders, tried moving folders...no change. In the meantime, maybe you could attach a HijackThis log here for us to examine? We haven't heard from you in a while." It was playing fine for an hour while I was home, but at some point during the three hours I was gone, the I did look to see if I had any problems in Device Manager and two appeared: Teredo Tunneling Pseudo-Interface, "Windows cannot start this hardware device because its configuration information (in the
ignatzatsonic View Public Profile Find More Posts by ignatzatsonic 23 Jan 2010 #3 Fatbob Windows 7 17 posts Winamp is my default program. In any case if you still want a log,here it is: Logfile of HijackThis v1.99.1 Scan saved at 9:37:54 AM, on 11/14/2005 Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer I don't think the issue is with Winamp or AIMP, I think it's something with Windows 7. if "Enqueue files on double click in Windows Explorer" is checkmarked or not in: Winamp > Prefs > File Types (I need to know this value for the reg fix I'm
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