Windows Media Player doesn´t recognize the subtitles on my movies

Windows Media Player doesn´t recognize the subtitles on my movies

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Hello

 
 
 
1. what operating system is installed on the computer?
2. If it works well before?
3 did you changes to the computer before the show?

 
Method 1: Open the troubleshooting Windows Media Player settings Troubleshooter
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows7/open-the-Windows-Media-Player-settings-Troubleshooter

Method 2:
 
Follow the steps mentioned below:
 
(a) open Windows Media Player
(b) click the game menu, point to lyrics, captions and subtitles, and then click the applicable.

Reference:
 

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