Getting error when using RealPlayer

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I was using Windows Media Player for playing music on a music site then randomly Real Player was used instead.

However, I got this error message, see below. I tried to go to other radio sites, but the same thing happened.

What should I do next? Hope to get some advice.


RealPlayer Request file not found


Request file not found. The link you followed may be outdated or inaccurate.

More information is available at the RealNetworks

Technical Support Website.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #95735

Getting error when using RealPlayer


I think your problem is that you don't have any Real Player installed in your computer or the Real Player add on to play any music format on your web browsers is not available.

You could either click the link given to you and then download the add on for your web browser or you can download the Real Player software with all of the features it has like Windows Player, Real Player Codec or Real Player Web add on.

Real Player Web add on

There really are certain players used by many websites so I think in this case, you really need to download this or search for another music website to hear from it.

Answered By 0 points N/A #95736

Getting error when using RealPlayer


If you have a Real Player and your software product is updated, the error message occurs when the realPlayer was given the wrong address of the file you requested.

This is normally the result of a broken link on a Web page or a mistyped URL when using the realPlayer Location Bar or Open Location dialog box.

If you are trying to access a content that has been remove from the Internet by the content provider, you will most likely receive this kind of error message. It is also possible that the file is not recognized by realPlayer.
RealAudio and RealVideo files have .ra, .rm, and .ram filename extensions. realPlayer is also capable of playing other file types as long as the associated plug-in is installed.

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