Windows media player version 12.0 (on window 7 32 bit) can not display Thai languages

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  1. arthas0142

    arthas0142 New Member

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    Dear all,

    I use window 7 with 32-bit operating system. When I open the Windows Media Player and add the songs to the playlist, my windows media player can not display Thai languages.

    Can any one help? pleases...
     

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  2. Carlson

    Carlson New Member

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    To fix that you should install the thai language pack. Its somewhere on your windows CD/DVD. You could also download vlc player. It's pretty much the best free mdia player that is available for windows. Had it for over 5 months and it has never crashed since that date. You can also choose thai as an installation language and all your songs names will show up.
     

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