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windows will not play music CD

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I recently uninstalled the beta of windows media player 7.0
Now when I try to play a CD I get "windows cannot find wmplayer.exe"
i tried "add/remove software", and installed media player 6.0, but it still does not find it.  where can i get the file?
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Go to Windows Explorer>View>Folder Options>File types

Scroll down the list until you get to Audio CD.  Double click the entry.

Under Actions you should have PLAY.

Double click on it and under Application to perform action, copy and paste the following:

C:\WINDOWS\cdplayer.exe /play
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