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> Mp3 Opens In Quick Time, I want it to open in Media Player
post Jun 23 2007, 10:31 AM
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I hate Quick time!!!! I had to install it the other day to watch some demo movie and like always I make sure to deselect EVRYTHING for file assocoation that doesn't specificly say "Quit time file"

And like always before Quick time takes over. Suddenly my mp3's open with iTunes (which I fixed the file association for, no problem) and when I click a link in IE which is an mp3 it opens in IE instead of Windows Media Player and here is the problem...
Where do I change so that mp3 that I click in Internet Explorer will not open a Quicktime window in IE but is opened by the Media player?

This has happened like 20 times before and I always uninstall Quick time since it's like a bad virus that takes control of my files... really hate it!

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post Jun 23 2007, 11:16 AM
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Hey! Instead of installing Quick Time, install a QuickTime Alternative - it's kind of a plugin which allows you to watch *.mov files in Media Player.

There is also a REAL Alternative if you need to watch real media files in WMP.

As for also opens in QuickTime for me and it is not a problem for me so i never tried to switch it to MP. Anyway installing QTAlternative will make your life easier - you'll have 1 program instead of 2 to play all media you need.

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post Jun 23 2007, 12:06 PM
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Right click on the mp3 file and click "Open with", "Choose program", select windows media player and click "Always use the selected program to open this kind of file".

I think thats just it, if I understood your question tongue.gif

EDIT: I read it correct now, I dont really know sorry laugh.gif

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