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Topic # 11104 3-Jan-2007 07:14
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may be it is not possible but with this great forum may be it is
ok i have ipaq 6315(pocket pc)with windows media player 9.0
is there anyway i can update the media player to 10.0 on ppc
any help will be great
thanks in advance

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  Reply # 56762 3-Jan-2007 08:19
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What are the benefits to upgrading to WMP 10? I was thinking about it also but can't really think of a reason why. Version 9 plays videos & music well enough.

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  Reply # 56763 3-Jan-2007 08:26
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Windows Media Player 10.0 is only available on Windows Mobile 5.0 and some Windows Mobile 2003 Second Edition versions. It can only be installed with a ROM upgrade, which is released by the manufacturer with the entire operating system.

Check the HP website for any upgrade, but even so it's not guaranteed it will contain the new player.


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Reply # 56801 3-Jan-2007 16:42
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thanks for the quick reply.ys i understand that 9 will also do the same thing just you know we have habit of having updated  things

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