Re: media player vista business
Ok, I got it. There was an option at the beginning of the installation
letting me choose business or business N. Since I didn't know what the
difference is I picked N.
Thanks for all the help. You put me on the right track.
"Jane C" wrote:
> I think Amazon might have some explaining to do.
> Jane, not plain 64 bit enabled :-)
> Batteries not included. Braincell on vacation ;-)
> "Daniel" <Daniel@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > Wait a minute. I'm in the US and got my version from amzon in the US. The
> > package says business, the CD says business,but yet the installed version
> > says business N.
> > What does that mean ?
> > "NightBlade" wrote:
> >> To answer your first question, yes, Windows Vista Business does come with
> >> Windows Media Player in it.
> >> NOTE: However, the Business N edition does not include Windows Media
> >> Player.
> >> It is sold only in the EU countries. (Stupid EU laws, I mean, why would
> >> anyone want to buy it without the WMP?!)
> >> "Daniel" wrote:
> >> > Hi,
> >> > This is probably a rather stupid question, but still I'm confused. Does
> >> > the
> >> > business edition not come with a media player? I can't play streaming
> >> > radio
> >> > anymore ? Is this only available in the ultimate edition? Or do I miss
> >> > something here? In case this is true can I return my copy or upgrade to
> >> > ultimate on-line ?
> >> > Many thanks.
> >> > ds