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Honor Student
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Member Since: ‎10-17-2011
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Windows Media Player and .odm files

I cannot download audio books from my library because the Windows Media Player does not recognize the .odm files necessary to accomplish this. I have a Pavilion g7 (64 bit), running Windows 7. What can I do to solve this problem as these audio books are very important to me.

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Member Since: ‎01-29-2009
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Re: Windows Media Player and .odm files



I believe ODM suffix is NOT for WMP that why it does not know the file. Please check in here:



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Member Since: ‎10-12-2012
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Re: Windows Media Player and .odm files

The suggestions I got did nothing. My OverDrive Media Console would not update by click file and then upgrade. So, I went on the internet in search of a media player security upgrade. No such creature. But the website

 was given to me to update my software. But the button was shadowed and I was unable to click on it to download. Well I finally found answer.
What you need to know is to go to
as stated above.. Look at the toolbar and you will see a "broken or torn page" icon. Click on the broken page icon on the tool bar and the “upgrade” button will appear. Now you can upgrade!
I hope I have helped you,

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