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« on: December 06, 2003, 03:03:39 AM »

Have Pentium 100 with W 95
Want to play a music CD. Factory player is Microsoft CD Player Player appears and displays:
Artist: data or no disc loaded
Title: Please insert an audio disc

When I Click-Start-run-G:\ it displays: Real Jukebox is designed to run on 16 bit or higher-adjust and try again.
Click Run anyway-it displays: Beta version has expired-Check for free updates.Apparantly RJB has assigned itself as the default player.

How do I reassign Microsoft CD Player as the default player?

Should I uninstall Real Player and RJB or just update it. My newer computer has a dozen players and recorder programs in it and they don't interefere with each other. I understand Nero will, but I just don't use it-I useRoxio or MusicMatch and RealOne Player and windows Media Player.
Thanks, Bob

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« Reply #1 on: December 12, 2003, 07:30:10 PM »


You need to change the file type association through Windows Explorer > Tools > Folder Options... on the "File Type" tab. Look for Audio CD and change it's properties.

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