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Thursday, February 17, 2011

Windows Media Player Will Not Play Streaming Radio in Internet Explorer: WMP will not play in IE

CANNOT PLAY STREAMING RADIO IN IE

You find that radio programs will not stream in Internet Explorer? When You click on Radio Australia for example, the "Listen Live" button", you get error messages or it just goes on trying to load the program forever. You find choosing the Real Player option works fine.

There is something missing from your registry. Registry cleaners are the culprits, all of them. Do not use them! The old registry left-overs when you uninstall programs don't do any harm. They just sit in your registry and take up minimal memory.

SOLUTION

Run these two registry changing zip files.


1.

Download this program "RegisteredAppications.zip"

Double click this zip file in the download folder.

Double click "RegisteredApplications.zip"

Click "OK" in the windows security window that pops up.

Click "OK" to merge the file into your registry.


2.

Download this program "wmp-programs-list.zip"

Double click this zip file in the download folder.

Double click "wmp-programs-list.zip"

Click "OK" in the windows security window that pops up.

Click "OK" to merge the file into your registry.


By the way. If you looked in your default program list before you did the above, Windows Media Player would not have been on the list. After you change your registry with the zip files it will be back on the list.

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