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No sound from wav file

I've exported a song to my pc, I click on the wav file icon, windows media player plays the song but no sound.
I also get an error message stating I am missing one or more reqired codecs?

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Yes.codecs for .WAV format are not generally available with windows media player.Try using winamp or real player for this purpose.

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