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    Default windows media player SOFT FIRE visualization

    Hi I'm looking for soft fire visualization my version is windows media player 11 but i don't have the category MUSICAL COLORS where soft fire is, so how can i get that visualization called soft fire?

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    http://img703.imageshack.us/slidesho...=categoryv.jpg

    photos of this visualization i need to know how to export them to windows media player cuz in 9 version the category desappears in 11 is not so maybe someone know how to export that category in the 11 version.

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    Default Re: windows media player SOFT FIRE visualization

    I'm not sure if this will help you.But here you can learn how to install WMP 11 visualizations.
    http://www.ehow.com/m/how_6247139_in...lizations.html
    Download The DuoS Emu on this site
    DS DuoS emulator website

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    right but I want from other a previous version and I can't install it.

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    Default Re: windows media player SOFT FIRE visualization

    Maybe they are not compatible with windows media player 11,Try reinstalling wmp 9.Or just download another visualizations
    Download The DuoS Emu on this site
    DS DuoS emulator website

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    my 9 version doesn't have that visualization buy it has it in my laptop is weird lol.

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    I found the solution

    Download or get file wmpvis.dll

    Then copy it to system32

    Go to run... and write: regsvr32 wmpvis.dll. You may receive the message of success.

    And open Windows Media Player and Select the category

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