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Anonymous
May 13, 2005 5:28:40 PM

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I;ve asked this before but couldn't seem to follow the answers. When I want
to listen to a streaming radio station I often get a choice of Real Player
or Windows Media. But even if I click on Windows Media, Real Player
overrides my choice. Apparently I inadvertantly made RP a default. How do
I unselect it?

Jerry

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Anonymous
May 13, 2005 5:28:41 PM

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http://home.real.com/product/help/rp10v2_gold/en/Pref_M...

"Jerome Nadelhaft" <jjnadelhaft@verizon.net> wrote in message
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| I;ve asked this before but couldn't seem to follow the answers. When I
want
| to listen to a streaming radio station I often get a choice of Real Player
| or Windows Media. But even if I click on Windows Media, Real Player
| overrides my choice. Apparently I inadvertantly made RP a default. How
do
| I unselect it?
|
| Jerry
|
|
Anonymous
May 14, 2005 4:58:59 PM

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Open Windows media and under the Tools puldown menu in the upper menu bar
select "options" . This will open the options menu. Select the files tab and
you can select the files you want to open in Windows media. If you want all
files excepting real player files to open use the "select all" button in the
options menu and that will select all file types excepting (rm) which is a
real audio file to open in Windows media

luckeyo

"Jerome Nadelhaft" <jjnadelhaft@verizon.net> wrote in message
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> I;ve asked this before but couldn't seem to follow the answers. When I
> want to listen to a streaming radio station I often get a choice of Real
> Player or Windows Media. But even if I click on Windows Media, Real
> Player overrides my choice. Apparently I inadvertantly made RP a default.
> How do I unselect it?
>
> Jerry
>
Anonymous
May 14, 2005 6:42:01 PM

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It may be that WMP doesn't have the proper codec installed to play that
specific file, therefore XP is doing a substitution and allowing the file to
be view via an alternate "Real" player for your viewing pleasure.

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"Jerome Nadelhaft" <jjnadelhaft@verizon.net> wrote in message
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> I;ve asked this before but couldn't seem to follow the answers. When I
> want to listen to a streaming radio station I often get a choice of Real
> Player or Windows Media. But even if I click on Windows Media, Real
> Player overrides my choice. Apparently I inadvertantly made RP a default.
> How do I unselect it?
>
> Jerry
>
!