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Windows 7: Windows Media Player 10 for 7 x64 ?

01 Jul 2010   #11

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

What about using MediaMonkey for your music? It is free, and highly customizable.

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13 Apr 2012   #12

Win7 32bit

Win7 32bit still can setup WMP10

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13 Apr 2012   #13
Tekno Venus

Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit (O.E.M)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by justicenzy View Post
Win7 32bit still can setup WMP10

If you could post how you did this that would benefit everyone.

It's interesting because my school has a thing for WMP 10 as it is installed on all their systems, even the windows 7 ones. However, they must have a custom installation because as soon as you go to the full screen mode, it looks and acts like WMP 12. This proves it is possible but I think it bight require a lot of work. It would be easier to use some other program such as VLC media player as suggested earlier. There are also some alternatives mentioned in this thread: vlc player

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15 Apr 2012   #14

Win7 32bit

I read guide from another site here

NOTE that it's work only with Win7 32bit
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15 Apr 2012   #15

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit

I use WMP 12 with the full K-Lite codec pack. The codec pack is set to use WMP as the default player.

It plays almost everything I throw at it, and I find its 'customisability' to be perfectly satisfactory.

The XP box runs WMP 10 with the same codec pack.

What view or size it is when it opens is irrelevant, unless you are incapable of performing a
single-click with a mouse, which I doubt (yes, I use single-click).

For the handful of tracks it WON'T play, I use the K-Lite player, or VLC.

WMP is a lot like IE in that it cops a lot of criticism, and almost all of it is unjustified.
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