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as nux suggested you can use vlc. but if you prefer other programs you might need the Ubuntu restricted extras. Install them via the software center or with sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras.
Try Vlc Player , open terminal : sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install vlc
Seems you don't have media codecs. Try installing ubuntu-restricted-extras sudo apt-get install ubuntu-restricted-extras
Here is an updated answer for Ubuntu 13.10 using VLC media player 2.0.8: In Ubuntu, go to System Settings > Keyboard > Shortcuts > Sound and Media Disable the key combinations you want in VLC (by clicking on the item and pressing backspace). In VLC, go to Tools > Preferences > Hotkeys Set the key combinations you previously disabled to a VLC action in a ...
Another solution was posted at SuperUser, involving a default-fragments value.
Appears to be a common problem for many Linux guests, regardless of host operating system. A workaround/fix was identified by someone using Ubuntu 9.04 was to stick the following into /etc/modprobe.d/sound.conf (might need a .conf extension, or might not): options snd-intel8x0 ac97_clock=48000 options snd slots=snd-intel8x0 # CvwD.FAMlirE10w6:82801AA AC'97 ...
You can download packages manually and install them in ubuntu. Look at here https://wiki.debian.org/MultimediaCodecs and select what you need, then download them from http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/ In ubuntu, you can use mount(8) to mount windows partition. Then run dpkg -i /path/to/your/deb/debname.deb to install these packages. ...
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