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You can find many players that can play videos and upload subtitles with them. But most Windows enthusiasts still like to use Windows Media Player to watch movies, listen to music, and so on. One of the main problems encountered by most users with WMP is loading subtitles.
We are tired of complicated corrections and patches like renaming DLLs, patching EXE to make subtitles work, etc…. Some may have worked, but most of these processes are dangerous because they can switch the player to other installed codecs.
I found an easy and hassle-free way to run subtitles on Windows Media Player.
- First uninstall all codec players such as K-lite, VLC, KM Player etc. and reboot the system.
- Then download Shark Codec 007 for Windows 7 (There are 2 versions for 32-bit and 64-bit OS)
- Install Shark Codec 007
- Shark Codec-
- Shark Codec-
- Open all program settings
- You will find a check box labeled Shark 007 SUGGGESTED settings
- Check this box and restart the system once
- Now you should be able to load subtitles without any problem
Hope this helps!
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