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Problems with Arabic subtitles on Windows Media Player.

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I type the subtitle in Arabic but it doesn't appear on the display. I have Windows XP SP2 with Windows Media Player 9.0. Can you help?

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Firstly, open Windows Media Player, click the Play menu, point your mouse to Lyrics, Captions, and Subtitles and select On if Available option. After that, try to play your files. If it doesn't help, use Google search engine to find and install the DirectVobSub codec that allows you to display all major subtitle files. If it doesn't work, try to play your files using another video player.

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