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What do I type in search to find some audio files ,I think the files I am looking for are windows mwdia type?

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Hi,

Assuming that you are using Windows XP operating system on your computer, to search for Windows Media audio files, you need to type either .mp3 or .wma in the "All or part of the File Name" box in the Search Window and click on the Search button. (See attached image)

.mp3 is the extension for MP3 format files
.wma is the extension for Windows Media Audio files.

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Hope this solves your problem. For more help and clarifications, please feel free to reply to this post.

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  • Size: 2.09 Mb
  • Date added: 16-Apr-2009, 07:43
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