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Problem Playing Streaming Web Content


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I'm not sure what settings I've changed on my computer or what I may have accidentally deleted. But I am now having trouble with streaming web content. For instance, streaming audio from online radio stations. In the place where the player would be (whether its audio, or video), there is the typical "red x", similar to that of missing pictures on a website.

I have a Dell Insipirong 1200 running windows xp. I also have windows media player 10 loaded.

Thanks.
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What web browser are you using?
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MS Internet Explorer 6.0
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Hi, have you come up with any solutions yet?

Thanks!!
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well it might be the plug-in but the red ''x'' means that windows media player is not properly installed install windows media player up-to-date and check for any patches with i-explorer if this does not work i recommend mozilla firefox
so you can download the plug-in and get extra help
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