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About quick time in control panel

I have removed quick time[player] software from add or remove in control panel.does it has some link with working window xp .if it has some link with its working then tell me the solution

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Normally quick time will make it self the default player for all media files,, what you need to do is right click the media file you are unable to open up and select properties, Uner opens with, select the other application you will like to make the default player, like windows media player.. take care some files can only be played in quicktime like .mov files

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