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Lost sound using WMP to play music (MP3 format)


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cymru

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Hi,

I am unable to get any sound when trying to play music/videos through Windows Media Player. I have sound when accessing the internet and when XP is turned on/off. I have tried a few simple checks but cannot sort out the problem.

Can anyone help?

Thanks

Chris :)
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If you're not already using the latest version of WMP you might solve the problem by installing it:
http://www.microsoft...11/default.aspx
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Hi Pip, Many thanks for responding.

I assume that I have WMP 11 but is there a quick way of checking this or shoul I just reinstall anyway?

All the best

Chris
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Hi Pip

I have managed to check the WMP version and it is 11. Any idea what next ?

Cheers

Chris
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Hi Pip,

Sorry to mess you about . I have looked at everything and finally noticed that the volume slider on WMP was reduced to O.

Thanks for responding to me aplogies for my ineptitude.

Cheers and all the best

Chris
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