The MIME type is set correctly so it mostly sounds like a client side
association issue wherein your local file associations are set incorrectly.
This is most often caused by a third party player incorrectly *partially*
taking file type ownership. You should be able to reset that by going to
the Default Programs control panels "Set program access and defaults" tool
to reset the associations back to the player.
Speaking for myself only.
for some helpful WMP info.
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"Melvin Edward" <MelvinEdward@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I have a client that listens to on friday night sports on our local radio
> station. after opening the web page and opens up the link
> http://asx.abacast.com/literock1071-literock1071-32.asx , it should open
> media player , but it opens ie7 and give me the error that the page can't
> displayed. i installed ie8 with the same problem.
> What can i do to fix this problem?