Article ID: 282517 - View products that this article applies to.
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After you install Windows Media Player 7, when you attempt to play a QuickTime file, the file may be opened in Windows Media Player 6.4.
This behavior can occur because .qt and .mov files are not associated with Windows Media Player 7.
To associate QuickTime files that have .qt and .mov extensions using Windows Millennium Edition (Me), follow these steps:
This behavior occurs because Windows Media Player 7 does not support files that are created with QuickTime version 2.0 and later. File formats from QuickTime version 2.0 and earlier are supported in Windows Media Player 7 only if you have upgraded from a previous version of Windows Media Player. If you have not previously installed Windows Media Player, Windows Media Player 7 does not support the playback of QuickTime files.
Article ID: 282517 - Last Review: January 15, 2006 - Revision: 1.1
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