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    Can not play the Podcast channels in Windows Media Player

    I am trying to open a podcast channel from a website. When I click the link it opens the Windows Media Player but it just loads up for long time and then it shows an error occurred What should I do? How to fix this problem and use the Podcast channels in Windows OS?

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    Darling Array
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    Sep 2012

    Re: Can not play the Podcast channels in Windows Media Player

    [h=1]Can not play the Podcast channels in WinGeneral Technical Questions
    [*]QuickTime Player
    [*]RealAudio/RealVideo: Using/Getting the software
    Where can I find RealAudio/RealVideo on the NOVA Web site?[*]Windows Media: Using/Getting the software
    Where can I find Windows Media on the NOVA Web site?[*]Shockwave: Using/Getting the software
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    Where can I find Flash on the NOVA Web site?[*]Java: Using/Getting the software
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    Where can I find Chime on the NOVA Web site?[*]Google Maps: Browser Requirements
    Where can I find Google Maps on the NOVA Web site?[/LIST]
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