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If you are having a problem listening to RFA programs, one of these solutions may fix it:

1. Check your security settings to make sure you have no pop-up blockers enabled.

In Firefox go to Tools >> Options >> Web Features. Uncheck the "Block Popup Windows" box or go to "Allowed Sites" and add www.rfa.org to the list.

In Internet Explorer go to Tools >> Internet Options >> Privacy and either uncheck "Block pop-ups" or add www.rfa.org to the list of permitted sites.

2. Some audio players cannot play RFA audio. We recommend using one of these:

Real Player version 11
WinAmp

Windows Media Player
MusicMatch Jukebox
QuickTime for Windows
QuickTime for Mac
VLC

3. Your computer may be choosing the wrong player. To change your settings:

Go to Start >> Settings >> Control Panel >> Folder Options >> File Type. Scroll down until you see M3U and choose "Change."

You will see a list of possible audio players. Choose one and click "OK". Whichever one you choose will always play this type of file.

Please let us know if you are still having a problem. Contact us by e-mail at contact@rfa.org.

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