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Can't open videos / IE7 / Vista Ultimate 32 bit

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For the past ten days or so, I am unable to click on video content and open in Windows Media Player. The only method that now works is "save target as", downloading and opening to view. This is a real pain as some of the content is of the type I prefer not to run the chance of leaving on my machine for the kids to find.

A system restore will create havoc as I, and my 14 year old son have a large number of music torrents running.

I have reset defaults, and searched for hours for a fix.....any thoughts from the guru's?

Thanks in advance.


Edited by DangerousThing, 12 October 2007 - 08:11 AM.

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