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File types supported by Windows Media Player
The following table lists the multimedia file types that are supported by different versions of Windows Media Player ( ). Note Additional file formats might be supported if you install new codecs in Windows. For more information, see .
A Cumulative Update is available for Windows Media Center in Windows 7
Fixes two Windows Media Center issues in Windows 7.
Troubleshooting playback in Windows Media Player for Windows XP
Explains how to troubleshoot playback issues in Windows Media Player for Windows XP.
When you use Movie Maker in Windows Vista to try to publish a video file of a recorded screen
Describes how to work around a problem where a video file that was encoded by using the Microsoft Screen Capture codec cannot be published by using Movie Maker in Windows Vista.
Windows Media Player 10 may close unexpectedly on a Windows XP-based computer
Describes a problem that occurs when you try to use Windows Media Player 10 to play files that are protected by DRM on a Windows XP-based computer.
You experience encoding problems when you use Windows Media Encoder x64 Edition 9 Series and
Describes a problem that occurs because information for digital media objects is overwritten when you install the second program. Provides two methods to work around this problem.
Windows Media Tools 4.1 not available in Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 and later versions
Windows Media Tools 4.1 is being removed from Windows 2000 Service Pack 4.
After you are prompted to upgrade the DRM components on a Windows Vista-based computer, Windows
Fixes an issue in which Windows Media Center cannot perform a security upgrade successfully after you are prompted to upgrade the DRM components on a Windows Vista-based computer.
Release notes for the Media Center Extender for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
Describes known issues and provides other information about the Media Center Extender for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.
A Macintosh computer cannot authenticate to a server that is running Windows Media Services when
Explains that a Macintosh computer cannot authenticate to a Windows Media server.
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