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Come mai se cerco di scaricare il midi,mi apre il media player,oppure mi dice che deve essere registrato,pur essendolo?!Non riesco proprio a scaricarlo!
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Come mai se cerco di scaricare il midi,mi apre il media player,oppure mi dice che deve essere registrato,pur essendolo?!Non riesco proprio a scaricarlo!


Ciao Lupaccio,
se ti si avvia media player puoi salvare il file con l'opzione "Salva file multimediale con nome..."
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