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Cannot hear some kinds of music

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Windows 2000.

When running Internet Explorer or even Firefox, I can't hear some of the music that most others can. I can hear any music from my computer and most of the music from the internet. An example of the music I'm talking about though for example is on http://www.id1g1t.co...cgi?album=14681. When I click any of the links to play the audio, it give me an error of "Access to the specified device, path, or file is denied." On the top of that error box says "C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator.WINDOWS2000\Local Settings\Temporary Internet Files\Cont..." Other people say they can hear it just fine when they link it to their site but I can't. I've tried to give all the info I can. Can you help me?
Thanks! :tazz:
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