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"the selected file has an extension (.zip) that is not recognized by Windows Media Player, but the Player may still be able to play it. Because the extension is unknown by the player, you should be sure that the file comes from a trustworthy place......"
"Windows Media player cannot play the file. The player might not support the file type or not support the codec that was used to compress the file......"
Where do I "unzip" the downloaded file? And where do I find "extract files" I thought I set up as a default "MP3" for all my music downloads in the "Rip" tab. THanks.
After further research, I found the Amazon MP3 songs via open file and look at "properties" I found that the file type is listed as AmazonMP3 XXXXXXXXXX amz when it should auto to file type the universal MP3. The all open as Windows Media player. How do I change the invalid file type?
No, the Amazon folder is NOT empty, the most recent songs downloaded do not show up under the Amazon folder.
First of all, to compound the situation further, I open the Amazon MP3 downloader application and my songs are there. I click on the resume download" tab and receive this message: "one or more of your downloads failed because too much time has passed since the download started. Click Get Help tab for more info to help you continue"
To answer you question, when I double-click the .amz file, I receive this message: "Windows Media Player cannot play files. The player might not support the file type or might not support the codec that was used to compress the file."
A thought came to me and you should know that a few days ago, I rec'd an error message telling me my HP recovery disk was full and informed me to delete all unwated files, etc. which I did to no avail. THen, after further research via google, I discovered that I had too much "shadow storage" in the disc so I went to resolve the issue. The disc is fine and its not full. Could this have affected my amazon and window media download files?
they're all 0 bytes