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I didn't find anything about the MIME type in the folder
options settings, but your second set of suggestions
(forcing it through WMP, etc.) worked just fine.
>You can change the MIME type in the folder options
settings. Edit the
>application that should be associated with the .AVI
extension. You could
>also, force it through WMP. Disable the avi extension,
and then on the other
>program that should support the .avi extension, make
that the default.
>> No matter what I do (changing file associations, etc.)
>> Windows Media Player remains the default player
>> files, even though these videos play much better
>> wise with the Apple Quicktime player. Any suggestions
>> to how to make this the default file association?