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Parrallels and MP3s


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Hi there,

I'm running parallels (latest version) and windows XP. Most programmes are a working just fine, however Pro Show Gold won't recognise any MP3 files when i try and create slideshows. It can see the files in the folders on the virtual machine but won't allow me to drop them in to the slideshow. The jpegs are fine.

The files are not DRM. Anyone encountered this or know of a fix?

Many thanks
Chris
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