Question about Computers & Internet
Open media player
then click tools then options and file types make sure all file types are checked
then click devices to see that your speakers are in there
Thats where you'll find all media settings
Or if you have an older version i would upgrade to player 9 or 11
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
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