Making blanket statements that things can t be done only serves to discourage others to investigate solutions like what Paul G has come up with.
People would like your products better if you would motivate creative solutions rather than just spouting a company tag line of not being designed for it. This helped me to avoid having to download a specific app. delorial84 I am using Windows Vista 32 bit home basic. I ve found a solution which was given on this matter earlier.
It is an opportunity for us to reflect on the language and ideas that represented each year.Thanks, Tom 1 person found this helpful Briago Moore replied on This worked for me, but a small modification to the code for the bat file so you are not left with a dos box open after launching WMP: ------ for /f usebackq tokens 1,2 delims a in 1 do if /i a File1 start C: Program Files x86 Windows Media Player b sleep 2 Inserting start allows for the dos window to close.However, this alone doesn t give enough time for WMP to launch.We don t care if it was designed for it, we care about how to get what we want to work. was very help and it actually worked on windows 8.1. I tried putting this code in C: program files Windows Media Player but it is not working for me. I copied and pasted the code above, but when I tried to save it in the given folder, it appeared a warning message that I didn t have a permission to save it. I should have read all the posts : In spite of that it is still not able to play the file : Ramesh.Microsoft Rep should have researched and find that solution instead of saying sorry. Kumar Microsoft Support Engineer Hello Robert, Welcome to Microsoft Community forum.