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mjcaluza

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i've recently downloaded this windows media player and i'm about to wathch a movie on my computer but it ask me about the drm license?could some one help me about this?its my first time to use this windows media player, i was using wmp 7 before but i upgrade it to 9 but ask me about the licence.
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Media player 9 and above support Digital Rights Management. It allows someone to charge you a fee to download their movies by requiring you to obtain a license from their website, or a website supported by Microsoft. If you pay their fee they allow your computer to download the license for their product, then media player can play it.
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i paid the website i used to play it on windows media player 7 but since the website had upgraded i need to upgrade as well to be able to play their movieso how can i fix it?please
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you will need to contact the website in question.
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