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The Men’s Room - Listening To It

 

How do I listen to Men’s Room?

You can listen to The Men’s Room on either Windows Media Player or RealPlayer.   Some versions of Windows automatically have Windows Media Player installed.  This should help you determine what you have.

 

1) Check if you have Windows Media Player and it’s working

Go to “Where can I hear it?” and at the bottom of the “Windows Media Player” column double click on the “Test” programme.   If Windows Media Player starts and plays then you can listen to any of the broadcasts in the Windows Media Player column.   If Windows Media Player starts but doesn’t play then see the “Test your player” step.  If that does nothing, then double click on the “Mirror” programme.  If it plays, you’re done, but we have a problem.   Please report the link that doesn’t work to I want to email the men’s room .  If it starts but doesn’t play we still have a problem, but you need to test your player.   If it does nothing then you do not have Windows Media Player or it is not set up, so try the “Real Player” step.

 

2) Check if you have Real Player and it’s working

Go to “Where can I hear it?” and at the bottom of the “RealPlayer” column double click on the “Test” programme.   If RealPlayer starts and plays then you can listen to any of the broadcasts in the RealPlayer column.  If RealPlayer starts but doesn’t play then see the “Test your player” step.   If that does nothing, then double click on the “Mirror” programme.   If it plays, you’re done, but we have a problem.   Please report the link that doesn’t work to I want to email the men’s room .  If it starts but doesn’t play we still have a problem, but you need to test your player.   If it does nothing then you do not have RealPlayer or it is not set up, so go to “Test your Player”.

 

3) Test you player

If you need to either test or configure or download your player.  To do that you have to go Yahoo Events.  When you’ve read this, click on the link below. 

 

When you get to Yahoo Events, go down the page.   On the left side is “Test Your Player”.   Click on that.  You then get a grid that offers you the options of test, configure or install both Windows Media Player and RealPlayer.  This gives the same suggestions as here.   You can test either player and then configure it or download it.   Note that download takes from 30 to 60 minutes depending on which version of which one you want.  RealPlayer can take the least amount of time if you choose minimum download.  

 

Alternatively, if you have a CDRom and don’t mind spending some money, many PCs magazines include one of the players on their CDRom.  Check the contents list for the CDRom before buying.  It if often under something like “Media Players” or “Media Tools”.   Download is free, but the CDRom is convenient.  

 

Now click this link:

http://events.yahoo.com/

 

If that still doesn’t get you working, email us and we’ll see what we can do.

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