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Solved: No Amazon clips for eager listener on WMP

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by verbalista, Feb 13, 2007.

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  1. verbalista

    verbalista Thread Starter

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    Hi, experts!
    Well, I have a new computer downstairs now, and it's running Windows Media Center. I'm not using the media center capabilities, because I have no TV connection down here yet. I want to play clips at Amazon.com. I'm running the latest (probably, although there are new builds every 20 minutes) Firefox. I have the same Firefox version upstairs (2.0 something) and upstairs, I can listen to the Amazon clips. I can't do it downstairs, I keep getting the old "missing plugin" message, even though I just downloaded and installed the lastest Windows Media Player on this machine, and restarted. I checked my Firewall, and WMP has both inbound and outbound permissions. So, I have no idea what my next step should be. Please give me a clue! Thanks, Shoshana
     
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    The answer was that you need to download the WMP plugin for Netscape...I'm going to mark this one solved, I finally solved it myself, but, in case anyone else ran into this, I'm leaving the info here.
     
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