Plugin problem with Firefox

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Whenever I try to play an asx or wmv file in Firefox, it prompts me to upgrade to WMP11. I don't want WMP, these files play fine in Media Player Classic, just not as an embeded video.

How can I make it so Firefox will use MPC to play these?

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Open explorer, go to tools, folder options, file types and change the association for those types of files.
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That is for explorer, not Firefox and not for embeded files. Explorer is already set to open those with MPC.
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You can set Firefox to follow the same options. Open Firefox and go to Tools, Options, Content and Manage.

http://support.mozilla.com/en-US/kb/Options+window
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No, that is for telling Firefox what to do when you click on a link to a file with a certin extension. I want to make MPC play embedded media. This has to do with browser plugins and MIME types.
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http://kb.mozillazine.org/MimeTypes.rdf
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http://membres.lycos.fr/sethnakht/FAQ%2 ... ivity.html

See if that's what you want.

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