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We just recently subscribed to windows media player to listen to music and dvd's and all that good stuff, and when we push the play button, it will play the whole song and go on the the next, but you cannot hear a thing, and i know it's not my speakers because when we click on any other medias, we can hear everything ok... what can i do to fix this problem? i know its something with windows media player and not my computer... Thanks!

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Download K-Lite Codec Pack (either Mega or Full) from http://www.codecguide.com/download_kl.htm. The codecs enable you to play all types of audio and video files. After installing the codec, right click anywhere on the top blank space of Windows Media Player (latest version). Choose 'Options' then click on 'File Types". Choose 'All'. Now you can play all types of audio and video files. You can also use VLC Player. Its a light freeware and can play almost all types of audio and video files.

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Try to plau in winamp or jetaudio if problem not come then your your media plyer has been damged

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