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Default Win2000 CD Player

Posted on 2000-03-20
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OK, so I like the Win2K CD Player. Unfortunately I downloaded som other audio player that not only didnt work with 2000, but decided it would make itsself the default player. So, I uninstalled it. BUT, the Win2K CD player still isnt default. I put a music CD in and I get an error.
How can I make the Win2000 CD player the default player for audio CD's?
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Open any folder. Select Tools|Folder Options from the menu. Click the File Types tab and scroll through the list until you find the CDA extension. Click Change..., then select the appropriate program from the list. Click OK, and that should reset your audio CD setting.
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