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how to add DAT files

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assume i have a vcd with multiple .dat files (a movie split up into parts).is there any way by which i can 'queue' the files so that i can avoid file--->open process various times.
or is there any software that supports queueing of files if media player version 9 does'nt?

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Hello bhaskargsn =)

If u have WMP 9.0 series, then u have the option to play to whole VCD at one time, adn it will play all the dat files present on the VCD. Just insert the VCD and open WMP, then on the MENU click on PLAY>VCD DVD and choose ur VCD.
It will start playing ur VCD with all the .dat files present on it in a "queue"

!! GOOD LUCK !!
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bhaskargsn,,,,,,,

any recovery......some feedback man :)
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