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I used to have a music player that could play the music from Electronics Arts games. I can't remember the name. Could somebody help me find it? I can't seem to find it anywhere. The extension to the EA audio files is .asf.

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Nathan
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Hey nathan,

.asf is a type of streaming video. Are you looking for a particular player that has EA games sound tracks in it or just a player to play .asf?

If you are looking for a player to play .asf then Windows Media Player 9 should work. I use Winamp and just checked under properties and they can play asf formats. I realy like winamp.

http://www.winamp.com

Pat
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Thanks for your help Pat. That is not the only file type with that file extension. Look here (third one down):

http://filext.com/de...?extdetail=.asf

I'm sure there is a player for them somewhere out there. I had it before.
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my bad....ill keep looking.
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I found it! It's called "Game Audio Player" (GAP). It converts game audio into WAV files. You can then convert those WAVs into the file type of your chioce or burn to a cd.

http://bim.km.ru/gap...9-1C48806E663C}
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