All audio files are now in the MP3 format, this change should make playing the audio easier for most.
There are many MP3 players available the only one I will cover is Windows Media Player.
If you are using some other player you will need to go their web site or help files but the concept will be similar.
Tips for getting the Audio files to Play on your computer:
1. The audio files are approximately 6 megs usually to big for a dial up connection.
2. If you are having trouble downloading try this, Left click on the link to the teaching and let it play for 15 to 20 seconds > stop the player > right click and try downloading again.
3. If you are listening on line and the file doesn't play but just begins a download you need to check that Windows Media Player is the default MP3 player. To do this open the player > click on the small t below the Now Playing button > choose More Options > find the tab labeled File Types and click on it. Make sure that the box next to MP3 audio files (.mp3) has a 3 in the box.
I have included some screen shot below that may be helpful.
If you need more help you can email me and include any error messages, Operating System eg. WinXP, Vista. The more specific you are in describing the problem the more help I can be. firstname.lastname@example.org