need Windows Media Player or Windows SilverLight Player to listen
to any radio programs on this site. You can download the player
for FREE. The Windows Media Player Icon is
found above the Listen Button on our home page. Just follow
directions below on how to download & install the Player (Hint:
You may want to print this out).
to Listen to A Show on Your Smartphone or IPAD:
Click on your "Smartphone
Store or MarketPlace"
Download the FREE
Search for "HealthyLife.Net
Radio" by typing in...HealthyLife.Net Radio
Set Healthylife.net Radio
as a "Favorite" or "Preset"
1) Click the Windows
Media Player Icon
2) Don't load any "Beta" Players. Click on "See all
window media players". Scroll down and select Windows Media
Player 7.1(if you have an older computer) and then click the "Download
3) The File Dialog Box will come up-choose "Save This Program
to Disk" and Click "Okay".
4) The "Save As" window appears, save the file to your
PC but do not change the file name.
5) (note: write down the file name you'll need it later to
install the file) Click the "Save" button.
6) Once the download is complete (which can take a long time depending
upon the speed of your modem) you are ready to install.
7) Locate the file on your PC (hint: could be in your My Downloads
folder on the C: drive) and double-click to start the installation.
8) A security warning will appear click "Yes"
9) The End User License Agreement will come up, Click "Yes"
10) After installing the initial program files it will ask you to
specify your Internet Connection Speed. Select the type that you
have either 14.4K, 19.2K, 28.8K, 56K/ISDN, 112K Modem/Dual-ISDN
or T1/LAN and click "Okay."
11) Windows Media Player will open the Windows Media.com site which
will link you to our radio programs.
Macintosh does not include a Windows Media Player in their computers,
you will need to download a free Windows Media
Player or Mac software component from
Microsoft (see below) or
you can listen to HealthyLife.Net live 24/7 at www.radiotime.com.
MAC TIP From a MAC Listener...Here's an EASY, FREE way
for Mac users to listen to healthylife.net. This lovely young man
from Apple Tech Support took me to www.apple.com, where I downloaded
something called "Flip for Mac." There's a way to buy
it and a way to get it free. If you just keep clicking "download
free," it's free, which is what I did. At the end, there are
offers to buy special extra stuff, but I bought nothing and can
now listen to healthylife.net like a charm. I am so thrilled.
to Download a free Windows Media Player...
can click here: Windows
Media Player 9 for Mac OS X
or if you would like to play Windows
Media Player on Quicktime click
or try this Microsoft software for MAC: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/software/macintosh/osx/default.aspx
or here's another method for MAC...
1)Microsoft recommends you download and install Internet Explorer
5.X to access Windows Media Player Content.
2) Remove any older version of Windows Media Player. Drag the Microsoft
Media Player to Trash. In the Preferences Folder delete the
"Microsoft Media Player Prefs" file. In the Extensions
Folder delete the following files to the Trash: Acelp.net Decoder
05.0 kbps, Acelp.net Decoder 06.5 kbps, Acelp.net Decoder 08.5 kbps,
Acelp.net Decoder 16.0 kbps, Mpeg Layer -3 Audio, MPG4,
VivoActive G723 Decoder, Voxware Sound Component v1.5. Then Empty
Trash. Reboot computer.
Enable QuickTime PowerPlug extension in your Extensions Folder.
(If install fails without an error verify that QuickTime PowerPlug
is in your Extensions
Folder and enabled).
4) Go to Microsoft Media Player Download Site and Select Windows
Media Player 7.1 for Macintosh and click the "Download Now"
5) The Windows Media Player will download to the location specified
in your Browser. The default location is the desktop. You may need
to get StuffIt Expander
(Aladdin Systems at www.aladdinsys.com) to decompress the
Windows Media Player.
6) Double click the installer icon and follow the instructions
users often experience problems once they have installed Windows
Media Player. You may need to make some adjustments on how you connect
to audio links through your WMP, depending on your Mac Operating
way that may work to circumvent problems is to take the URL of the
archive audio link and paste it directly into the Windows Media
Player. If you want to listen live, try to download this file:
may help you receive the stream.
may also experience problems opening links to some files if you're
using Internet Explorer 4.01 or 4.5. To fix: upgrade your browser
to Internet Explorer 5 or download the link to your computer, and
then open Windows Media Player. Don't forget if you install Internet
Explorer 5 after you have installed the Player, run Windows Media
Player Setup again. This allows the browser to play Windows Media-based
content that is embedded in Web pages. If
you have an issue obtaining licensed Windows Media files using Internet
Explorer 4.5 . upgrade to Internet Explorer 5 or later.
may experience problems opening links to content that uses the MMS
(Microsoft Media Server) protocol. To play MMS content, start the
Player, then on the File menu, click Open URL, and then type the
using a Web browser to open links to content, the Classic version
of Windows Media Player (Windows Media Player 7.01 for Mac or earlier)
may launch. To fix the problem, do one or both of the following:
A). If you have Mac OS 9.1 or earlier installed in your Classic
environment, install Mac OS 9.2 or later in your Classic environment.
B)Delete all Classic versions of Windows Media Player from all Classic
environments on your computer.
in listening from Macs are common. For further help you may want
to try this Mac/Windows Media Discussion group: http://groups.google.com/group/microsoft.public.windowsmedia.player.mac/topics
thank you for putting in the time and effort so that you can access
A)Mozilla (Firefox, Netscape) and Safari browsers on MAC
- Control click on the Play button, and download link to your desktop.
From there open the .wax file and it will open the Windows Media
B)Mozilla/Netscape browsers on PC - Right click and "Save
Target As" to your desktop and make sure you add the .wax file
extension. Once again, locate the file and it will open with your
Windows Media player.
Questions We've Been Asked So Far:
volume is too low. What can I do?
turning up the volume on Windows Media Player and/or your PC speakers.
Sound cards differ from PC to PC. We unfortunately do not have control
of the quality of your sound card
I can't hear the call-ins and sometimes I can. What can I do?
Try turning up the volume on Windows Media Player and/or your
PC speakers. We unfortunately do not have control of the quality
of incoming guest telephone lines coming into the station. Sometimes
the lines are weak, just as they are in terrestrial radio.
I can't see your listen live buttons or only part of your home page.
What do I do?
are several reasons that could make this occur. It could be a software
problem like a setting in Internet Options (make sure that your
security options are set to medium) or it could be your internet
provider (try unplugging the electrical cord on your DSL modem and
replugging it in to reset the modem and line, then turn off your
computer and turn it back on) or, most likely, you have Norton Internet
Security, a seperate software package with its own seperate icon,
which sometimes gets bundled with Norton Anti-Virus which can prevent
you from receiving some of the images. (Disable the Norton Internet
Security package ONLY...NOT your Norton Anti-Virus.)
I want to dial in to ask a question but I only have 1 phone line.
I'm using that phone line to listen to the program. What can I do?
minimizing Windows Media Player, go to HealthyLife.Net's home page
and Click the "Chat Room". button. Follow the instructions
and type in your question. The host of the show will see it and
answer your question for you right on the air or on their next show.
can't I receive the radio show on my PC?
Make sure you have the correct Internet Browser and that your
browser is configured correctly. We recommend Windows Internet Explorer
5.0 or higher or Netscape 4.0 or higher.
are there stops, buffering, gaps or poor sound quality when I am
listening? Why do I sometimes get a delay when trying to connect
to your radio shows?
This is usually caused by your Internet Provider (e.g., AOL, Verizon,
Earthlink). It is because of stress, strain or the availability
of the bandwidth they have allocated for Internet connectivity.
It can also be caused by congested lines which are being accessed
by more users than your Internet Provider can handle or it could
be that you are running too many applications on your computer at
the same time that you are trying to listen to a radio show. If
you are on a LAN network the number of users and/or PCs could be
the cause. In most cases this condition is almost always temporary,
just try again.
can I access your radio shows through a firewall?
You will have to make the following changes to your Windows
Media Player Configuration:
Windows Media Player 7 (PC) Click on Tools, Select Options,
Click Network, Locate Proxy Settings, Double Click HTTP Browser,
Select Use browser proxy settings, Click OK, Click OK
Windows Media Player 6.3 (MAC) Click on Preference Menu,
Select Edit, Select Use Proxy for HTTP Streaming, Enter the name
of your proxy server and the port number. Contact your Network Administrator
if you do not know what to enter.
I can't get your archive shows to play. What do I do?
is usually because you need to hit your refresh button. We periodically
are adding, changing and deleting archived shows. To make sure you
are on a CURRENT archive page, hit your refresh button, this usually
solves the problem.
you have a question please, feel free to e-mail us at: email@example.com