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i have a file realplay.exe i have saved it under c drive (c:\winnt) . so now what i have to do to run *.ram files which i down loaded from internet 0n my desk top????????
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  Have you tried opening those .ram files with realplayer??  
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I think in order for them to work on some earlier versions on realplayer they have to be renamed as .rm files

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