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How to install .bin files on Mac OS 10.4.7

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i wanted to install Windows Media Player 9 for Mac OS X downloaded from Microsoft site. It is in .bin files.  Ijust wanted to know how can i install it on MAC OS 10.4.7.
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You'll need to install Stuffit Expander on your Mac.  Stuffit used to be bundled, but it isn't any more - so you need to download it from http://www.allume.com/mac/index.html - as you can see, towards the bottom of the page, there's a link for free Stuffit Expander.

I hope this helps - every Mac should have Stuffit installed!
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You don`t really need WMP9 though, as Flip4Mac is free (as in beer) from microsoft.com/mactopia now. IMHO that is a better solution for viewing WMV-files.
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