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Installing Windows Media Format 9 series


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Romeyrome

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I' m trying to burn music to a disk. My CD player is unable to interpret the files. I'm currently running windows 98. I'm using a program which requires a Windows media format file, but it can only be installed on windows 98 second edition. Can anyone tell me where I can get an update, or donwload for free the windows 98 second edition? Or, do you have any other suggestions? Thanks for all your help!

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It isn't possible to download 98SE legally

You should be able to find a copy of 98SE quite cheaply

What is the file extension of the file you are trying to play
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