Thanks for the interest.
Bud At 11:33 PM 11/29/2005, you wrote:
Hi, Bud, if the winamp window is showing with your title bar, then, could it be that winamp's volume is down? If this is so, try starting a file, then pressing the up arrow, and holding it in, and see if you start hearing music, if not, maybe a reinstallation of winamp might be in order.
On Tue, 29 Nov 2005 10:27:13 -0800, Bud Schwab wrote:
>Another question, when I go to a folder that has some music I've
>recorded and press enter to play it it announces winamp as though it
>was going to play, but it doesn't play it. I have some files that I
>used to play so something has happened recently. Maybe it's since I
>have installed the new 5.112 version. Any ideas? Where does one go
>to make winamp the primary player?
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