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Quicktime logo with question Mark

Using Windows XP, IE7. I retrieve a lot of .mov files via ftp sites. When I click on files, it opens in IE7 with a quicktime logo and question Mark. I have tried the suggestions on the internet regarding unchecking the flash option in prefrences along with many different options. It stills gives that error. It was set before when I click the file for it not to open in my browser, but launch the quicktime player. Is there a way that I can play these files from an ftp site via the player and not within the browser, just by clicking and not download and saving. Thanks in advance for you help.
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jaya31
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nappy_dThere are a 1000 ways to skin the technology cat.Commented:
You cannot stream files from an FTP site.  You have to download it...
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jaya31Author Commented:
Thanks for the reponse, however, before, whenever I would click on a file from a ftp, I would see it downloading in the taskbar and  it would launch the player rather than playing it in a browser.

Now, when I click on the file, I can see it downloading in the taskbar, it opens an browser window with a quicktime logo and question mark. So niether does it play within a browser or the quicktime player. Any help would be appreciated. Much Thanks.
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