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The wife's bought a book for her college course which includes some online content she wants to access. When she tried to do this it refused to open and a box popped up telling her she needs to download Quicktime 7 to open it.
We've not come across this problem before when trying to view video/audio files so does this sound reasonable or are there alternative programmes supplied with win7 Home Premium that would do the same job?
Are there any issues to be aware of if we download QT7 e.g. possible conflicts etc. or should this process be straightforward?
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