Winamp is a free download that will play m4a files, or
is a free download for a program that
will convert m4a files into your choice of file type, including mp3 (which
windows media player will play)
> Do you know of any websites that can provide free downloads of the suitable
> filter needed to hearthis m4a format? The software is very expensive.
> "Mike M" wrote:
> > The m4a file type is a new audio compression format used by a number of
> > different players including QuickTime. See
> > http://filext.com/detaillist.php?extdetail=m4a&Submit3=Go%21 for more
> > details. WMP won't play these files without the addition of a suitable
> > filter.
> > --
> > Mike Maltby MS-MVP
> > rosita13 wrote:
> > > Windows Media Player Cannot read file with m4A format. Error
> > > message says "format not supported" How can I fix this???
> > >> Stay informed about: Music file not read