Windows Media Player 12

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Ra1d, Aug 28, 2009.

  1. Ra1d

    Ra1d MDL Novice

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    Hello,I've downloaded and installed the Windows 7 Professional N(I didn't know it doesn't include the WMP,but now i do xD)

    And right now I can't play any music,I'm using DiVx player to play my Videos,but i can't play mp3's on it xD

    Is there a way to get that WMP 12 Player somehow ? (I managed to get the WMP 12 folder,but obviously it doesn't work,it needs to be installed correctly).

    And if not is there a good Mp3 player that is compatible with Windows 7,I googled for winamp,but people report errors with it on Win 7. ?

    I can still play my music on youtube,but can't always find the HQ versions.

    Thanks :)
     
  2. whitehat2009

    whitehat2009 MDL Member

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    I'd recommend you reinstall using the regular version of Win7.

    As for media players, I highly recommend MediaMonkey. It's an extremely sophisticated and scalable music manager and player.
     
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  3. Ra1d

    Ra1d MDL Novice

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    Nah i don't want to reinstall xD

    If i did,i'd do that already,I like this version,that's why i picked it,i had a win xp pro,now i have win 7 pro xD

    And thanks for the Media Player Recommendation ;o
     
  4. tomorrow

    tomorrow MDL Addicted

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    use VLC instead of WMP12
     
  5. Ra1d

    Ra1d MDL Novice

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    MediaMonkey won't play my music for some reason <_<

    I press play it automatically stops o-o
     
  6. bla

    bla MDL Member

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    VLC is the best (at least for me) i also like the N version btw.
     
  7. Ra1d

    Ra1d MDL Novice

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    Yeah I'm using VLC now too,Media Monkey didn't work for some reason,thanks for the suggestions guys :)
     
  8. HotCarl

    HotCarl MDL Addicted

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    #9 HotCarl, Aug 28, 2009
    Last edited: Aug 28, 2009
    I use KMPlayer and VLC Media Player. Both are awesome media players. In my experience, KMP has the best compatibility with a wide variety of video & audio files...especially obscure formats that are seldom used. KMP plays damn near everything I have ever thrown at it. You can skin KMPlayer to look like Windows Media Player as well if you like...and it is free (as is VLC).

    EDIT: Note that while KMPlayer works flawlessly on my Windows 7 system, some have reported issues (as they have with VLC) so try a couple to see which works the best for you... As with any software running on a new OS, the issues will be sorted out in future releases.