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I am trying to open my music file but it will not open all of my other files open except the music file can you help
What type of file is it?
You may not have a player that accepts that file extension.
Most players will play mp3, wma, wav, etc. If you don't have that file extension listed under your player it won't recognize what program can run it. Go to your player and look under the options and settings and find where the accepted file extension list is located. From there check mark the box that is required for your file type and then try to play it.
If it still doesn't play make sure the file type is something the player can read. Make sure it's not a compressed file such as a .zip or .rar. In that case you will have to extract the music file from the archive with an extracting program. You can download WINRAR to do this which is free just google it and download. After that is installed right click on the file and click EXTRACT HERE.
However if the file is a genuine music file that is not in an archive you may be missing the proper codec to play the file. Then in that case you will need to download the proper codec. I would suggest download XP Codec Pack from www.freecodecs.com
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
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